Say, that Serafina was enamoured of a peasant; say, that she had degenerated from the honour of her race.
Had I my illusions, I might imagine that my wife must be some woman of whom I should be enamoured.
A real living child familiarly called Bice, the diminutive for Beatrice, enamoured Dante with a real, genuine love.
It was her beauty had made appeal to him, even as his beauty had enamoured her.
Still you have lived for a month with a Russian lady, of whom you are enamoured.
Abide, therefore, and do battle as though you were enamoured of victory.
Circ was enamoured of him, and in revenge of her slighted love, poisoned the fountain where his mistress usually bathed.
Nor was he enamoured of any reputation, the essentials of which he had not laboriously achieved.
Is it to be for her,—or for Colonel Stubbs, who is enamoured of the little girl?
I rather incline to think that some one else may be enamoured of her.