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1. smitten

adjective. ['ˈsmɪtən'] (used in combination) affected by something overwhelming.

Synonyms

  • stricken
  • struck

Antonyms

  • sober
  • important
  • passionless

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Words that Rhyme with Smitten

  • overwritten
  • unwritten
  • rewritten
  • leviton
  • whitton
  • whitten
  • whiton
  • gritton
  • britton
  • britten
  • brittan
  • brittain
  • briton
  • britain
  • written
  • witton
  • witten
  • titone
  • sitton
  • sittin'
  • ryton
  • mitton
  • mittan
  • lytton
  • litton
  • litten
  • kitten
  • gettin'
  • fitton
  • ditton

Example sentences of the word smitten


1. Verb, past participle
We are completely smitten by the light wood look.

2. Verb, past tense
On the 2nd day of Craftsmas, my true friend made for me two smitten mittens...

3. Adjective
We love the rich colors the brand offers, but we're especially smitten with the company ethos.

Quotes containing the word smitten


1. It would be dreadfullyironic, I mused, if once I earned a soul, I forgot everything about being fey, including all my memories of her. That sort of ending seemedappropriately tragic; the smitten fey creature becomes human but forgets why he wanted to in the first place. Old fairy tales loved that sort of irony.
- Julie Kagawa

2. conscience-smitten

adjective. affected by conscience.

Antonyms

  • righteous

3. smitten

adjective. ['ˈsmɪtən'] marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness.

Synonyms

  • infatuated
  • enamored
  • potty
  • loving
  • in love
  • soft on

Antonyms

  • coldhearted
  • unattached
  • hateful
  • unstudied
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