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ob·sessed
[uhb-sest]
ADJECTIVE
1.
having an obsession (usually followed by with or by): He is obsessed with eliminating guilt.
2.
having or displaying signs of an obsession: The audiophile entered the record store wearing an obsessed smile.
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Obsessed definition, having an obsession (usually followed by with or by): He is obsessed with eliminating guilt. See more.

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Define obsession: a state in which someone thinks about someone or something constantly or frequently especially in a way… — obsession in a sentence.

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obsessed definition, meaning, what is obsessed: unable to stop thinking about something; too interested in or worried about something: . Learn more.

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An obsession with something is an unhealthy, extreme interest in it. When someone is obsessed, they've lost control of their feelings about the object of their ...

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If you have an obsession, you're totally fixated on something and unhealthily devoted to it. Some common obsessions include fantasy football leagues, celebrity ...

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v. ob·sessed, ob·sess·ing, ob·sess·es. v.tr. To preoccupy the mind of (someone) excessively. v.intr. To have the mind excessively preoccupied with a single ...

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Define obsessed (adjective) and get synonyms. What is obsessed (adjective)? obsessed (adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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the state of being obsessed with someone or something Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.