enamour definition

  • verb:
    • Chiefly British Variant of enamor.
    • alternate spelling of enamor.
    • attract; reason to be enamored
    • Chiefly British Variant of enamor.
    • Alternative spelling of enamor.
    • attract; cause to be enamored
    • Chiefly British Variant of enamor.
    • Alternative spelling of enamor.
    • attract; reason to be enamored
  • others:
    • To inflame with love; allure; captivate: made use of mainly in the past participle, with of or with prior to the individual or thing: as, become enamoured of a girl; become enamoured of or with publications or research.
    • Synonyms To fascinate, bewitch.
    • To inflame with love; charm; captivate: utilized mainly in past times participle, with of or with prior to the person or thing: since, to-be enamoured of a girl; becoming enamoured of or with publications or science.
    • Synonyms To fascinate, bewitch.
    • To inflame with love; appeal; captivate: utilized mainly before participle, with of or with ahead of the person or thing: because, to be enamoured of a lady; to-be enamoured of or with publications or research.
    • Synonyms To fascinate, bewitch.

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