addicted

All Verb
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  • However, over the course of the film he becomes even more addicted than she.
  • For all their fighting, they are addicted to each other and they love each other very much.
  • When the species has become addicted to salt, their eyes turn from green to gold.
  • However, not all people who spend hours each day on the computer are considered addicted.
  • Some of these drugs you can be addicted to very quickly, sometimes within a day.
  • They have three television-addicted children (two girls and a boy) and have money problems.
  • Various characters mention to her that she is addicted to love and lives through the lives of others.
  • His father died when he was very young, and his mother was ill and addicted to drugs.
  • He alleged that he would not have begun playing if he was aware that he would become addicted.
  • He was for a short time addicted to Tribes but soon grew out of it.
  • He continued its use for more than a decade, but insisted he was not addicted.
  • They also opposed the opium trade and brought treatment to many who were addicted.
  • During the court case he revealed that he used to be addicted to cocaine.
  • Around this time she became addicted to cocaine and her career suffered.
  • Eventually, he fell into bad company and got addicted to alcohol and smoking.
  • He became addicted to drugs in South America where he served as a naval doctor.
  • It is also released when your addicted to something.
  • He has admitted to having been addicted to drugs and alcohol for many years.
  • She attempts to be a voice of reason, talking sense into the addicted through musical intervention.
  • Once in the university, she became addicted to listening to the radio.
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Root form of addicted is addict for the verb.

Meaning of addicted

  • verb To cause (someone or oneself) to become dependent (on something, especially a narcotic drug)
  • adjective Compulsively or physiologically dependent on something habit-forming
    she is addicted to chocolate, addicted to cocaine