verb (used with object), in·fat·u·at·ed, in·fat·u·at·ing.
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Origin of infatuate
OTHER WORDS FROM infatuatein·fat·u·a·tor, nounself-in·fat·u·at·ed, adjectiveun·in·fat·u·at·ed, adjective
Words nearby infatuate
Example sentences from the Web for infatuating
As he looked upward it deepened, spread and quivered about his mouth, that subtle and infatuating smile.Fashion and Famine|Ann S. Stephens
Undo thine arms and let me see the sky, By this infatuating flame obscured.The Unknown Eros|Coventry Patmore
His address was infatuating: but there was a certain airiness, indicative of vanity, that revealed his great characteristic.Campaigns of a Non-Combatant,|George Alfred Townsend
The latter is infatuating as it increases the risk and yet turns to profit.
Could this Aspiro of my worship quite dispel my youth-dream—had her infatuating presence quite eclipsed my memory of Christine?