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Like very much.‘I was nuts about him’
very keen on, devoted to, infatuated with, in love with, smitten with, enamoured of, hot forView synonyms
- ‘I consider myself a fan of zombie films, but these guys must be nuts about them.’
- ‘Asia is nuts about video games, but for console manufacturers some regional markets are too small, too poor - or too risky - for distribution.’
- ‘He continued: ‘When I read the script, I was nuts about it.’’
- ‘I think they pushed them, but I don't think they were nuts about it.’
- ‘To grow a sport, it takes someone who is nuts about it, pushing from the inside.’
- ‘Gina had been a highly energetic kid, always jumping from soccer to basketball, baseball - whatever sport she was nuts about during the week.’
- ‘I happen to be nuts about his chamber music, so I'm not really the one to ask how high they rank within his oeuvre.’
- ‘One of my dining companions is nuts about the lentil soup so we all shared a bowl of that.’
- ‘Andrew, 33, is nuts about classic Harley Davidson motorcycles and little Harley is already following in his footsteps with her own quad bike.’
- ‘The person I knew was nuts about horses, her whole life was horses.’
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