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Enamored with
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Past participle for continue or persevere
“I can't go on deceiving myself anymore.”
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Past participle for to talk or write at length in a confused or inconsequential way
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Past participle for happen
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Past participle for to last or endure in a particular condition or state
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Past participle for continue in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition
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Past participle for to continue on a course of action
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Past participle for to continue to bring up as a point of contention
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Past participle for to extend or offer, propose
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Past participle for speak or shout at length in an angry, impassioned way
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Past participle for to get up on (a horse, vehicle, platform, etc.)
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Kept the ball rolling
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Past participle for to irritate
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Past participle for act
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Past participle for continue an activity or task
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Past participle for to talk constantly or incessantly
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Past participle for to repeatedly mention a subject
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Past participle for complain about something in a bad-tempered way
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Past participle for to begin again or continue after a pause or interruption
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Past participle for maintain, sustain
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Past participle for begin or start again
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Past participle for continue, endure
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Past participle for to say as a further remark
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Past participle for to last or cause to last longer than expected
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Past participle for to move or proceed further along a course
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Past participle for to put on a performance
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Past participle for to move or proceed very slowly
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Past participle for to speak or write about with great enthusiasm or admiration
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Past participle for to enter or make an appearance
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Past participle for complete education, pursuit
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Past participle for to greatly emphasize a point or issue
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Past participle for to live, especially under adverse conditions
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Fond, or appreciative of
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Having an infatuation or the feeling of being in love
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Attached to someone or something in a neurotic or pathological manner
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