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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbesottedbe‧sot‧ted /bɪˈsɒtɪd $ bɪˈsɑː-/ adjective   be besotted (with somebody/something)
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besottedEven more foolishly, the besotted adolescent attempted to extend the relationship, and chased Byron to Geneva.Only a little more indirect is the effect of the same cuckoo genes on the behaviour of the besotted host.Like a besotted love; she thought about her torment the whole time.
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