besottedly


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besottedly

(bɪˈsɒtɪdlɪ)
adv
in a besotted manner
References in classic literature ?
Suffice it for all third persons to know--what Rosalind indeed has never known, and what I hope no reader will be fool enough to tell her--that Orlando was for the moment hopelessly and besottedly faithless to his wife, and that my services had been bespoken in the very narrowest nick of time.
Actress Amelia is the one who gets to walk the red carpets with the star of this year's hottest box office release, whom he besottedly describes as "dream stuff.
I also gaze besottedly at the Grade 5 granite countertops that used to creep me out with their irregular, mottled surface.