infatuated


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He was in Radney the chief mate's watch; and as if the infatuated man sought to run more than half way to meet his doom, after the scene at the rigging, he insisted, against the express counsel of the captain, upon resuming the head of his watch at night.
Between ourselves there are pretty clear signs that this will not be wanting if the lady is willing, for I have seldom seen a man more infatuated with a woman than he is with our beautiful neighbour, Miss Stapleton.
We are not infatuated with these French railway cars, though.
We are symbols and inhabit symbols; workmen, work, and tools, words and things, birth and death, all are emblems; but we sympathize with the symbols, and being infatuated with the economical uses of things, we do not know that they are thoughts.
I sever dreamed that Charlie was the sort of man to get infatuated with anyone.
The poor dame, very much infatuated with her daughter, like any other silly mother, did not perceive the officer's lack of enthusiasm, and strove in low tones to call his attention to the infinite grace with which Fleur-de-Lys used her needle or wound her skein.
Freddy bows and sits down in the Elizabethan chair, infatuated.
The whole story smells of passion, and we all know what this class of gentry is capable of when infatuated.
The girl's every bit as infatuated as he is--for which I blame him.
Augustus--you know my disreputable brother--such a trial to us all--well, Augustus is completely infatuated about her.
The creature has been madly infatuated with her ever since the day he took her from Number One, and you have encouraged his infatuation until yesterday.
But all problems connected with infatuated swains vanished from her mind when she entered the homely, unsentimental atmosphere of the Green Gables kitchen where an eight-year-old boy was crying grievously on the sofa.