infatuated


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Synonyms for infatuated

obsessed

Synonyms for infatuated

affected with intense romantic attraction

Synonyms for infatuated

marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness

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But in the end the majority of Americans not slavishly infatuated with the idea of Trump have to turn out in such numbers that he is totally and completely rejected in 2020.
He said: "I am satisfied you became involved in this atrocity because you were infatuated with Iwanowski."
Mr Justice Edis said: "I am satisfied you became involved in this atrocity because you were infatuated with Iwanowski."
The Court of Appeal heard Cook, who was based at RAF Shawbury, in Shropshire, became infatuated with the woman while on a training course.
Being infatuated with the pimp game, infatuated with reggae music, infatuated with gangsta shit--all of that engulfs me.
I know I sound like an infatuated teen here but I'd be grateful for your advice.
Tell her that you either suspect something is going on or that your son is infatuated with her.
The film, which stars newbie teenager Shivam, is a story of a teenage boy who gets infatuated with Poonam.
It would seem from the constant inclusion of letters from this person that you are infatuated with this individual's writings.
Many Western writers have been infatuated with this lyrical epic space, though oftentimes portraying its cultures as savage and backward.
The court heard the father of one became infatuated with the 15-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, and the pair had sex more than 40 times.
Diana began to be infatuated with being the 'Arab Lady Gaga' that she began changing her look completely and always looking for what is unique and eye catching.
AN INFATUATED man bought drugs for his girlfriend after she took advantage of him, a court heard.
Mullen was infatuated with the daughter of homeowners Robert and Kathleen Benoit.
The reasoning behind these findings lies in Josh Ackerman's description of women as having an evolved 'higher standard" for love, making them require a higher quality of love to become infatuated than men do.