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You are warn'd—be arm'd; And do not lose the hope of such a husband, In being too soon enamour'd.The Plays of Philip Massinger|Philip Massinger
Singing, as if enamour'd, she resum'd And clos'd the song, with "Blessed they whose sins Are cover'd."The Vision of Purgatory, Complete|Dante Alighieri
Charm'd o'er thy bed celestial voices sing, And Seraphs hover on enamour'd wing.The Temple of Nature; or, the Origin of Society|Erasmus Darwin.
I am something more: I am a man enamour'd of thy virtues; Thy fortitude and courage have subdued me.The Inflexible Captive|Hannah More
See, see, the enamour'd sun is hasting on apace to his expecting mistress, while thou dull Night art slowly lingering yet.