verb (used with object), in·fat·u·at·ed, in·fat·u·at·ing.
Words nearby infatuate
Origin of infatuate
OTHER WORDS FROM infatuatein·fat·u·a·tor, nounself-in·fat·u·at·ed, adjectiveun·in·fat·u·at·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for infatuated
He was egotistical even as a child, it is noted, infatuated with the sight of his name on a rubber stamp and later as a byline.
Greenspan was infatuated with all sorts of markets, including financial ones.Roger Ferguson Is Wall Street’s Fantasy for Federal Reserve Chairman|Daniel Gross|September 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I think parents are the most infatuated class of persons in the community.Sport Royal|Anthony Hope
Infatuated dreamer, think you it is the subsiding of the storm, and not rather the lull that precedes it?Piccadilly|Laurence Oliphant
I compelled the clamorous herd to see you with my own infatuated vision.Creditors; Pariah|August Strindberg
Infatuated by her entreaties, the king went so far as to place her on the throne.Patraas|R. H. Busk
At any rate, so she said, and the man most interested in putting her assertion to the test was too infatuated to do so.An Englishman in Paris|Albert D. (Albert Dresden) Vandam