obsess

All Verb Noun
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  • Where he once stood for the future, now he only obsesses about the past.
  • Each begins obsessing about the award potential in his or her own way.
  • He became obsessed with hockey at an early age, playing the game nearly every day.
  • I think the culture we live in is obsessed with things that are young and fresh.
  • He becomes obsessed and driven toward a particular thing and in this song that is what he wanted.
  • I never needed to take a step back and obsess over what kind of music I was making.
  • He becomes obsessed with the young girl and gives her everything she desires.
  • Your object is to fight on his side, remember, against this thing that is obsessing him. Cited from The Necromancers, by Robert Hugh Benson
  • Ross has been obsessed with her since his high school years.
  • One man becomes obsessed with her and tracks her down.
  • Here he seems to have lost his mind and is obsessed with making toy cities.
  • We are so obsessed with what others do and how others act, that we then try to be just like other people.
  • It was the watch for the ancient Being who sought to obsess him. Cited from Three John Silence Stories, by Algernon Blackwood
  • One fan becomes so obsessed that it leads to the development of his own powers.
  • Soon after Bell became obsessed with his father's record collection, playing it constantly.
  • He moved to Boston, where he became increasingly obsessed with his health.
  • He lives in the present and is not obsessed with the future.
  • As the game goes on, the three slowly become obsessed with the details of this plan.
  • It seemed as if a cloud was in my brain, obsessing me at all times. Cited from The Trail of '98, by Robert W. Service
  • I made one short film about a guy who was obsessed with eating eggs every day.
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Root form of obsess is ob for the noun.

How obsess gets used

Meaning of obsess

  • noun A major river of western siberia; flows generally northward and westward to the gulf of ob and the kara sea
  • verb Be preoccupied with something
    She is obsessing over her weight