Experiencing intense feelings of romantic love for someone; besotted or infatuated: the love-struck couple plans to walk down the aisle early next year she felt more like a love-struck teenager than a 42-year-old woman with a responsible job
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- Helena enters the same spot in the woods, followed by a love-struck Lysander.
- The element of cognitive appraisal refers the tendency of the love-struck person to attribute his arousal to his beloved.
- The story of love-struck men infiltrating a women's college is staged on April 28 - May 3 at Bingley Arts Centre.
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