smite

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  • She was so smitten with him, she proposed the second time they met.
  • She becomes smitten with him but he tells her he never wanted a relationship.
  • You cannot believe that a man has never been smitten with love. Cited from The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume VIII., by Guy de Maupassant
  • The sound of her own voice smote her, the thing that she had said. Cited from Winner Take All, by Larry Evans
  • They become smitten with the lead singer of a band of girls their age.
  • God did not smite all the pride from my soul when he took my father. Cited from The Old Homestead, by Ann S. Stephens
  • Four of his enemies now got behind him and smote him in the back. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 4, by Charles Morris
  • Then, as she made ready to go, she broke off and smote her hands together. Cited from Christmas, by Zona Gale
  • He was smitten with her from the start, despite their seven-year age difference.
  • I could no more say it than I could have smitten her in the face. Cited from The Second Class Passenger, by Perceval Gibbon
  • He became smitten with her, fell in love with her and asked her hand in marriage.
  • He was smitten, and they ended up having a one-night stand.
  • We smite it in one form and it comes to life in another. Cited from The Threshold Grace, by Percy C. Ainsworth
  • The first thing he saw was enough to smite him with fear. Cited from The Fairy Book, by Dinah Maria Mulock (AKA Miss Mulock)
  • He tried to call out and prevent them, but they kept smiting. Cited from The Ship of Stars, by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch [AKA: Q]
  • Don is smitten with her, but she runs off into the night.
  • Therefore the man under the tree is the one of us who for the moment is smitten. Cited from What Social Classes Owe to Each Other, by William Graham Sumner
  • The sun may have smitten her, or the storm driven her against a rock. Cited from Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2, by John Wilson
  • A man might look at her a long time before her perfection smote him. Cited from Winner Take All, by Larry Evans
  • And she smote twice upon his neck with all her might, and took away his head from him. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, V. XIII, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
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Words starting with smite

Meaning of smite

  • verb Inflict a heavy blow on, with the hand, a tool, or a weapon
  • verb Affect suddenly with deep feeling
    He was smitten with love for this young girl