addiction

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  • Info Addiction is a state defined by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli, despite adverse consequences. more...
  • The study did show, however, that there are common elements between all addictions.
  • Seeing that he had indeed remained free from his previous addictions, they wanted to cast him.
  • They practice in doing research in areas of addiction and mental health in both men and women.
  • They soon agree to be friends and help each other with their addictions.
  • Long-term use has been reported to result in addiction.
  • In the end of most episodes the people get help and most of the time stop their addictions.
  • He developed addictions and eventually was able to keep them at bay by drawing and painting about them.
  • The cause of death was the result of a long time battle with drug addictions.
  • Although she was still struggling with addiction, she became interested in music again.
  • Video games may present a form of addiction for some.
  • He became concerned at the number of boys with drug addictions and started working with them.
  • These days, he says, the only addictions he has are poetry and coffee.
  • The song is based on the true story of a mother who sold her body to help fund her addictions.
  • Vampires in this state will eventually become unable to control their natural addiction to blood.
  • Research around addictions and social media sites has been growing.
  • Since chocolate contains both, it is often used in studies of food addiction.
  • Having such serious addiction issues has a major impact - it colours who you are and becomes part of you.
  • Rex would continue to fight both of his addictions throughout the rest of his appearances.
  • Many times a person just needs spiritual or medical help, especially if drugs or other addictions are present.
  • As with many other popular online games, addiction is not unknown.
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Words starting with addiction

Synonyms of addiction

Meaning of addiction

  • noun Being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)
  • noun An abnormally strong craving
  • noun (roman law) a formal award by a magistrate of a thing or person to another person (as the award of a debtor to his creditor); a surrender to a master
    under Roman law addiction was the justification for slavery