enamour


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en·am·our

 (ĭ-năm′ər)
v. Chiefly British
Variant of enamor.

enamour

(ɪnˈæmə) or

enamor

vb
(and foll by: of) to inspire with love; captivate; charm
[C14: from Old French enamourer, from amour love, from Latin amor]

enamour


Past participle: enamoured
Gerund: enamouring

Imperative
enamour
enamour
Present
I enamour
you enamour
he/she/it enamours
we enamour
you enamour
they enamour
Preterite
I enamoured
you enamoured
he/she/it enamoured
we enamoured
you enamoured
they enamoured
Present Continuous
I am enamouring
you are enamouring
he/she/it is enamouring
we are enamouring
you are enamouring
they are enamouring
Present Perfect
I have enamoured
you have enamoured
he/she/it has enamoured
we have enamoured
you have enamoured
they have enamoured
Past Continuous
I was enamouring
you were enamouring
he/she/it was enamouring
we were enamouring
you were enamouring
they were enamouring
Past Perfect
I had enamoured
you had enamoured
he/she/it had enamoured
we had enamoured
you had enamoured
they had enamoured
Future
I will enamour
you will enamour
he/she/it will enamour
we will enamour
you will enamour
they will enamour
Future Perfect
I will have enamoured
you will have enamoured
he/she/it will have enamoured
we will have enamoured
you will have enamoured
they will have enamoured
Future Continuous
I will be enamouring
you will be enamouring
he/she/it will be enamouring
we will be enamouring
you will be enamouring
they will be enamouring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been enamouring
you have been enamouring
he/she/it has been enamouring
we have been enamouring
you have been enamouring
they have been enamouring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been enamouring
you will have been enamouring
he/she/it will have been enamouring
we will have been enamouring
you will have been enamouring
they will have been enamouring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been enamouring
you had been enamouring
he/she/it had been enamouring
we had been enamouring
you had been enamouring
they had been enamouring
Conditional
I would enamour
you would enamour
he/she/it would enamour
we would enamour
you would enamour
they would enamour
Past Conditional
I would have enamoured
you would have enamoured
he/she/it would have enamoured
we would have enamoured
you would have enamoured
they would have enamoured
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.enamour - attractenamour - attract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
hold - hold the attention of; "The soprano held the audience"; "This story held our interest"; "She can hold an audience spellbound"
attract, appeal - be attractive to; "The idea of a vacation appeals to me"; "The beautiful garden attracted many people"
work - gratify and charm, usually in order to influence; "the political candidate worked the crowds"
Translations

enamour

enamor (US) [ɪˈnæməʳ] VT to be enamoured of (liter, hum) [+ person] → estar enamorado de; [+ thing] → estar entusiasmado con

enamour

, (US) enamor
vt to be enamoured of somebody (= in love with)in jdn verliebt sein; to be enamoured of something (= taken by)von etw angetan or entzückt sein; she was not exactly enamoured of the ideasie war von der Idee nicht gerade begeistert