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adjective. ['ɛˈnæmɝd'] marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness.
- in love
- soft on
- -ed (English)
- -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- enamor (English)
Rhymes with Enamored
How do you pronounce enamored?
Pronounce enamored as ɛˈnæmərd.
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Sentences with enamored
1. Verb, past participle
You were so enamored with the adorable balls of kitten you just couldn't stop visiting them.
I grew up enamored with art, says Pons.
Quotes about enamored
1. The pretty ones are usually unhappy. They expect everyone to be enamored of their beauty. How can a person be content when their happiness lies in someone else's hands, ready to be crushed at any moment? Ordinary-looking people are far superior, because they are forced to actually work hard to achieve their goals, instead of expecting people to fall all over themselves to help them.
- J. Cornell Michel, Jordan's Brains: A Zombie Evolution
2. Creation discloses a power that baffles our minds and beggars our speech. We are enamored and enchanted by God's power. We stutter and stammer about God's holiness. We tremble before God's majesty... and yet, we grow squeamish and skittish before God's love.
- Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out
3. As a child abuse and neglect therapist I do battle daily with Christians enamored of the Old Testament phrase "Spare the rod and spoil the child."No matter how far I stretch my imagination, it does not stretch far enough to include the image of a cool dude like Jesus taking a rod to a kid.
- Chris Crutcher, King of the Mild Frontier: An Ill-Advised Autobiography