Yes-when words get wrung out,
so much so they lose their
next time seek a higher power-
current Origin: a blog
& they told 2 friends,
& they told 2 friends, & so on & so on.
rather, You are...
captivated, enthralled, struck, bewitched, enchanted, beguiled, charmed, enraptured, infatuated, enamoured, ensorcelled, swept off one's feet, bowled over, gaga
You are Besotted. This is the one. As in, mosquitoes are so besotted with me. They will smite me all summer long.
fyi, SMITTEN is a past participle of smiteaffected, afflicted, beset, stricken, troubled, distressed, burdened, crushed, plagued, haunted, worried, bothered, vexed
Origin: before 900; Middle English smiten, Old English smītan; cognate with German schmeissen to throw, Dutch smijten
don't tell me,
I know you're besotted with Fiona Campbell-Walter (Baroness Thyssen-Bornemisza).not to mention- the painting. I'd go so far as to say: enthralled, bewitched, bothered, even bewildered over It.
Swear If you must, at me-If you must- but swear to re-think IT