The more I thought of it the more enamoured I became of the idea, till, in October, 1881, the first number appeared.
"The Idler Magazine, Volume III, March 1893" by Various
I hung over him enamoured indeed!
"Memoirs Of Fanny Hill" by John Cleland
That Wilson was enamoured of Mary Bolitho was universally believed, but whether she in any way returned his affection no one was able to guess.
"The Day of Judgment" by Joseph Hocking
I am enamoured of a fellow with a visage like brown leather, and who hath but one thumb and one ear.
"Sea-Dogs All!" by Tom Bevan
She also became enamoured of General Jacko, a celebrated monkey, at Astley's.
"Heads and Tales" by Various
He, enamoured, fearing lest she should flag, and impatient to behold her, turned his eyes; and immediately she sank back again.
"The Metamorphoses of Ovid" by Publius Ovidius Naso
We are not madly enamoured of our countryman in foreign climes.
"Lippincott's Magazine, November 1885" by Various
Philip is enamoured of the idea, he sees such vast possibilities stretching out before him.
"When the Birds Begin to Sing" by Winifred Graham
He was enamoured of Baherjoa, whose beauty was superior to that of all the wives in his seraglio.
"Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers" by Various
Meanwhile, Paul Nicholas became more enamoured than ever.
"Werwolves" by Elliott O'Donnell
A young prince, noble, handsome, so enamoured, And you so full of hatred and disgust?
"Turandot, Princess of China" by Karl Gustav Vollmöller
He grew more and more enamoured of his own beauty, more and more interested in the corruption of his own soul.
"The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde
Charm'd o'er thy bed celestial voices sing, And Seraphs hover on enamour'd wing.
"The Temple of Nature; or, the Origin of Society" by Erasmus Darwin
Beauty hath her Martyrs, as the rest; and of these Keats is the Protagonist; the youngest and the fairest; the most enamoured victim.
"Visions and Revisions" by John Cowper Powys
This rich lady (And I am glad of't) is enamour'd of you.
"The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Vol. I, No. 4, April 1810" by Various
Enamoured consecrates to never-dying fame.
"The Minstrel; or the Progress of Genius" by James Beattie
He subsequently visited France and England, and like many Italian patriots became enamoured of British institutions.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3" by Various
Of late I have been enamoured of sorrow.
"The Twelfth Hour" by Ada Leverson
He is enamoured of your appearance, and your general character commands his admiration.
"Talkers" by John Bate
Ah, ma'am, you may laugh at a rough soldier so much enamoured, but 'tis true.
"Quality Street" by J. M. Barrie
What was't to thee, enamour'd
As a red rose of the sun,
If of thy myriad lovers
Thou never sawest one?
"Emily Bronte" by Robert Seymour Bridges
Imagine that I hear her voice,
Imagine that I feel her hand,
And I, enamoured guide, rejoice
To see her swift to understand.
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
With silent wonder long they gaz'd,
And neither silence broke;
At length the smother'd passion blaz'd,
Enamour'd Eldred spoke:
"Sir Eldred Of The Bower : A Legendary Tale: In Two Parts" by Hannah More
And, oh, she was so fair, so fair,
So gracious was her beauty bright,
Around her the enamoured air
Pulsed tremulously with delight.
"The Two Keys" by Victor James Daley
Prophetic schemes, And golden dreams,
May I unsanguine cast away!
Have what I have, And live, not leave,
Enamour'd of the present day!
"Ocean: An Ode. Concluding With A Wish." by Edward Young
Since then the God of richest love
With thy poor love enamour'd is:
How high a crime will thee reprove
If not enamour'd deep with his?
"The Believer's Soliloquy; Especially in Times of Desertion, Temptation, Affliction, &c." by Ralph Erskine