Definition of Epris

1. captivated [adj]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Epris

epoxygenase
epoxygenases
epoxying
epoxylignan
epoxylignane
epoxylignanes
epoxylignans
epoxypropane
epoxypropane isomerase
epoxypropyl
epozoan
epozoic
eppy
eprA1 protease
epratuzumab
epris (current term)
eprise
eproms
eprouvette
eprouvettes
epsila
epsilon
epsilon alcoholism
epsilon toxin
epsilonic
epsilons
epsin
epsom salt
epsomite

Literary usage of Epris

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Musical World (1878)
"Je concois que M. Masini s'e'coute complaisamment; je comprenda qu'il soit epris du son de sa propre voix, mais il devrait se rappelt-r le sort du beau ..."

2. Archie Lovell: A Novel by Annie Edwards (1867)
"He was as much epris as he had ever been in his .life. His nature had become a good deal French by frequent residences in Paris and other Gallican ..."

3. Black Sheep Chapel by Margaret Baillie-Saunders (1919)
""Your nephew is very epris for a young chap," said Mr. ... "epris?" she said. "With whom?" "Why, that pretty girl he's talking to, of course! ..."

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