Every self-preserving instinct would have shrieked at such an infatuate immolation.
The infatuate impulse prevailed, to confess and take the consequences.
Will it be believed that the infatuate Master Cino spent the rest of the night in a rapture of poetry?
Our duty is to tame, subjugate, infatuate, and control them.
It is an easy matter for a young, attractive woman to infatuate irresponsible men.
It will be a remarkable woman that will ever infatuate him now.
To infatuate a man is not the same thing as to build a state!
Whom the gods destroy they first infatuate—with an opera singer.
This was a blow to the young man, who, at once thrifty and infatuate, had planned a luncheon a deux.
But the truth was, I forgot the children, infatuate with the horse.
1530s, "turn (something) to foolishness, frustrate," from Latin infatuatus, past participle of infatuare "make a fool of," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + fatuus "foolish." Specific sense of "inspire (in someone) a foolish romantic passion" is from 1620s. Related: Infatuated; infatuating.