Recent Examples of fixate from the Web
Younger babies might fixate on objects or not respond to people.
He was fixated on the juxtaposition of life, death, and mortality, which shines through in his work to this day.
Council members also fixated on a controversial subsection of the proposal that authorizes Hartford leaders to spend another $438,000 on 200 new Tasers from the company supplying the cameras.
Dolores, on the other hand, is fixated on world domination and bloody vengeance.
Canadians are fixated on your politics and the fallout.
The rest of the world’s media may be fixated on the meeting here between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, with headlines and details about the high-stakes nuclear summitry.
President Trump is absolutely fixated on Robert Mueller's investigation into the 2016 election.
Not for nothing, these same people also fixated on how young-seeming Artur looked and acted.
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FIXATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fixate for English Language Learners
: to look at or think about something constantly : to give all of your attention to something
medical Definition of fixate
- an infant with normal vision…will fixate on a light held before him
- —Journal of the American Medical Association
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