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Date: 1200-1300
Origin: enamor 'to cause to love' (13-21 centuries), from Old French enamourer, from amour 'love'

enamoured

adjective
     
en‧am‧oured British English ; enamored American English
1 [not before noun] liking something very much
enamoured of/with
You don't seem very enamoured with your job.
2 formal in love with someone
enamoured of/with
He was greatly enamoured of Elizabeth.

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