infatuation


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an extravagant, short-lived romantic attachment

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a foolish and usually extravagant passion or love or admiration

temporary love of an adolescent

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an object of extravagant short-lived passion

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Nicola, 28, wrote on Instagram: "Time is not a measure of quality; of infatuation, or of love.
These relationships always stay true to the extremes of infatuation and heartbreak, hardly ever functioning in the middle where true intimacy really can exist:
I talked to my older brother and he said it wasn't love but infatuation.
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Psychologist Dr Carl Pickhardt from the American and Texas psychological associations, who led the study, said that "teen love" was usually infatuation - different to the feeling of love experienced by adults.
Infatuation comes early in a relationship, before we know the person fully.
This is a classic case of self- infatuation," he said.
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WITH ALMOST 365 DAYS a year of blinding sunlight, Los Angeles is a strange place to host a vampire convention--unless you consider Hollywood's recent infatuation with all things Transylvanian.
Psychiatrists looked at nearly 300 so-called juvenile stalkers and found they rarely acted because of infatuation for their victim, as often assumed.
DAVID MOYES is desperate to put one over Harry Redknapp today - but he wants to thank him for helping end the Premier League's infatuation with foreign managers.
Dev's not exactly feeling like an alpha male either, thanks to his complete infatuation with Nina.
There is, however, a spirited live version of his biggest hit, that poignant tale of infatuation and adultery Me And Mrs Jones, and decent covers of the Doobie Brothers' Takin' It To The streets" and the Tony Macaulay composition Don't Give Up On Us Baby" (considerably better than the chart-topping version by David Soul from 1976).
This objective has been the target of criticisms from international institutions and NGOs who see this infatuation with agrofuels encouraging deforestation and provoking food shortages.