Origin of enamor
OTHER WORDS FROM enamoren·am·ored·ness; especially British, en·am·oured·ness, noun
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How to use enamor in a sentence
My kids behaved, enamored by the trees and flowers and sights and sounds of actually being somewhere that wasn’t our family room.Pandemic Aside, Outdoor Dining Has Been a Godsend for Parents With Young Children|Kristen Hawley|November 22, 2021|Eater
The Philippines is a democratic country enamored of political dynasties, and on Saturday, president Rodrigo Duterte named his heir—his daughter, Sara Duterte-Carpio—almost at the same time that he announced his retirement from politics.Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte is setting up his daughter to be his political heir|Aurora Almendral|October 4, 2021|Quartz
As others have written, there’s a certain cognitive dissonance with being enamored with the idea of the Olympics while being disillusioned with what often feels like a destructive institution.
GREAT VALUEThe wine world is enamored of Argentina’s malbec, and it’s easy to forget the grape’s more traditional home of Cahors, in southwestern France.Fire up the grill and uncork this $15 French malbec for a fabulous pairing|Dave McIntyre|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
The base four-cylinder is certainly capable, but I was enamored with the extra oomph from the optional turbo engine.
Needless to say, this does not enamor her to the powers that be in Cameroon.
Genius, enamor'd of his fruitful bride, Assumes new force and elevates his pride.The Columbiad|Joel Barlow
Boreas, enamor'd of no few of these, The pasture sought, and cover'd them in form280 Of a steed azure-maned.The Iliad of Homer|Homer