It seems that "enamored" can be used with any of the prepositions "of", "with", and "by". What is the proper usage for each?
This is the sentence I'm writing:
The team, enamored with this new metaphor, spent much of the remaining time brainstorming ways to apply those principles to the project.
"By" sounds the most natural to me in that context, and "of" sounds stilted. "With" is somewhere in between.