As they beheld her the suitors were so overpowered and became so desperately enamoured
of her, that each one prayed he might win her for his own bed fellow.
of the South, of Provence, of its people, its life, its sunshine and its poetry, narrow-chested, tall and short- sighted, he strode along the streets and the lanes, his long feet projecting far in advance of his body, and his white nose and gingery moustache buried in an open book: for he had the habit of reading as he walked.
Never yet was I so passionately enamoured
of you as at this moment--not even when I first carried you off from Lacedaemon and sailed away with you--not even when I had converse with you upon the couch of love in the island of Cranae was I so enthralled by desire of you as now.
Can you imagine my John thrown away on some enamoured
white goose out of a stuffy old salon?
She too is enamoured
of heavy winds, and vast panoramas, and green expanses of the sea.
Her mind was theoretic, and yearned by its nature after some lofty conception of the world which might frankly include the parish of Tipton and her own rule of conduct there; she was enamoured
of intensity and greatness, and rash in embracing whatever seemed to her to have those aspects; likely to seek martyrdom, to make retractations, and then to incur martyrdom after all in a quarter where she had not sought it.
It was long before I was duly revolted by Esmond's transfer of his passion from the daughter to the mother whom he is successively enamoured
The Pilgrim's Progress' we had in the house (it was as common a possession as a dresser-head), and so enamoured
of it was I that I turned our garden into sloughs of Despond, with pea-sticks to represent Christian on his travels and a buffet-stool for his burden, but when I dragged my mother out to see my handiwork she was scared, and I felt for days, with a certain elation, that I had been a dark character.
When in shops he asks the salesman how much money he makes in a day, and which drawer he keeps it in, and why his hair is red, and does he like Achilles, of whom David has lately heard, and is so enamoured
that he wants to die to meet him.
Kwaque queried back, taking for granted that it was an offer to exchange and wondering whether the little old cook had become enamoured
of his precious jews' harp.
WHILE bathing, Antinous was seen by Minerva, who was so enamoured
of his beauty that, all armed as she happened to be, she descended from Olympus to woo him; but, unluckily displaying her shield, with the head of Medusa on it, she had the unhappiness to see the beautiful mortal turn to stone from catching a glimpse of it.
The more I saw of the life, the more I was enamoured
Thenceforth sweet Cecily kept the noiseless tenor of her way unvexed by the attentions of enamoured
If her defence fails, then, my dear friend, like other persons who are enamoured
of something, but put a restraint upon themselves when they think their desires are opposed to their interests, so too must we after the manner of lovers give her up, though not without a struggle.
Joe and Delia became enamoured
one of the other, or each of the other, as you please, and in a short time were married--for (see above), when one loves one's Art no service seems too hard.