: filled with or marked by a foolish or extravagant love or admiration
- In spite of the fact that he was often bewildered and scandalized, he was still as infatuated as he had been that first Sabbath morning.
- —Elizabeth George Speare
- Philip had recently fathered a second son, with his new wife, Cleopatra, with whom he appeared to be giddily infatuated.
- —Joseph Heller
- … I have seldom seen a man more infatuated with a woman than he is with our beautiful neighbour …
- —Arthur Conan Doyle
- At twelve, I became infatuated with science itself when my seventeen-year-old camp counselor began talking about amoebae. She called them a "weird animal."
- —Lynn Margulis