Recent Examples of fixate from the Web
But the teacher said Fields was fixated on Hitler's conquest of Europe, and wrote a three-page homework paper that extolled Nazi ideology and the prowess of the Fuhrer's armed forces.
Gold’s staging, following in the auteur vein of Ivo van Hove, offers a profound theatrical meditation on the poetry of a play fixated, as Hamlet is, on images of debauchery, death, dirt and decay.
Some of these visual mistakes are hard to believe, but a crew gets fixated with thinking ‘
As Donnygate has developed, much of the focus has fixated on Trump Jr.’s fate.
As for the complaint that Hollywood is fixated on casting black and biracial women as love interests in genre films and TV for white male heroes, so what?
If other tangible business factors are considered, such as talent, location and overall costs, the state could be smiling and waving to the crowd. Don’t get fixated on predictions of 10,000 new jobs.
Fixating on weight can make food feel like an enemy to be avoided.
Sometimes when I’m conflicted, I get fixated on small things.
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First Known Use of fixate
FIXATE Defined for English Language Learners
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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