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- v arouse unreasoning love or passion in and cause to behave in an irrational way
His new car has infatuated him
love has infatuated her
- A train wreck a century and a half ago sent Herman Melville into this eloquent rant: "Two infatuate trains ran pell-mell into each other, and climbed and clawed each other's backs .
- Tongue-tied and blushing, he sees the daughter of a millionaire shipowner and goes infatuate.
- Chuck Crawford, who combined the curly poll and hyperthyroid eyes of Huey Long with the minnesinging methods of "Pappy" O'Daniel, was crook and virtuoso enough to infatuate Tyler.