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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: , past participle of infatuare, from fatuus; FATUOUS

infatuated

adjective
     
in‧fat‧u‧at‧ed
having strong feelings of love for someone or a strong interest in something that makes you unable to think in a sensible way
infatuated with
John had become infatuated with the French teacher.
My mother's infatuated with dieting.

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