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Definitionunder the unreasoning spell of new love or attraction
- 'No, you have not,' said the infatuated girl.Chapter 10 (68% in)
- Edgar Linton, as multitudes have been before and will be after him, was infatuated: and believed himself the happiest man alive on the day he led her to Gimmerton Chapel, three years subsequent to his father's death.Chapter 9 (95% in)
- But, at last, I think she begins to know me: I don't perceive the silly smiles and grimaces that provoked me at first; and the senseless incapability of discerning that I was in earnest when I gave her my opinion of her infatuation and herself.Chapter 14 (52% in)
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