Definition of Enamours

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enamour) ¹



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Definition of Enamours

1. enamour [v] - See also: enamour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enamours

enaminic
enaminone
enaminones
enamor
enamor'd
enamored
enamoredness
enamoring
enamorment
enamorments
enamors
enamour
enamour'd
enamoured
enamouring
enamours (current term)
enanguished
enanthal
enanthate
enanthem
enanthema
enanthematous
enanthesis
enanthic
enanthic acid
enantio-
enantiocontrol
enantiocontrolled
enantiocontrolling
enantioconvergence

Literary usage of Enamours

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1. Life and Writings of Juán de Valdés: Otherwise Valdesso, Spanish Reformer in by Juan de Valdés, (, Benjamin Barron Wiffen (1865)
"... He draws them to the knowledge of themselves and of men of the world, and thus He dis- enamours them of themselves and of the world, ..."

2. Institutes of the Christian Religion by Jean Calvin (1921)
"But such a commendation of human excellence as teaches man to be satisfied with himself, only enamours him of his own amiableness, and thus produces an ..."

3. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1848)
"... Soveraigne: that enamours infinitely more, and insulte on nothing. Agl. Before him they are. Why commaund you them to cease, then? Bew. ..."

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