enamored by vs enamored of : Common Errors in English

About enamored by vs enamored of

If you’re crazy about ferrets, you’re enamored of them. It is less common but still acceptable to say “enamored with”; but if you say you are enamored by ferrets, you’re saying that ferrets are crazy about you.

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  • Ashton Kutcher Kisses Mila Kunis on Vacation With Princess Beatrice

    The following day, a shirtless Kutcher sunned himself while aboard a yacht with pals. The Two and a Half Men star also went scuba diving. Kutcher, 35, and Kunis, 29, were first spotted on a double date with Beatrice, 24, and Clark in London in early May. "Princess Beatrice is obviously enamored by Hollywood and had a great time hanging out with them," a source told Us Weekly after their May 11 ...
    on June 10, 2013 Source: US Weekly

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  • Man refuses to testify against woman who allegedly shot him — so he can marry her

    This Brooklyn couple is ready to take another shot . . . at love. Randolph Costa says he’s still too enamored of his girlfriend to testify against her at her Brooklyn criminal trial — although she allegedly put a bullet in his head during an argument over money. “I’m just hoping they...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: New York Post

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