Examples of fixation in a Sentence
their weight is an unfortunate fixation for many teenagers
Recent Examples of fixation from the Web
But none of this explains how the king became a focus of our never-ending fixation in the first place.
In his way, Rutherford, with his moaning self-fixation and child-actor star quality, can make one think of a slightly more sinister Justin Bieber, in a good way.
But his fixation on identity—the rockers’ and his own—helps explain the mentality that led to such sameness in the first place.
The longer the fixation on a word or letter, the larger and darker the circle grows.
This continuous, addictive format produced an unrelenting fixation on public figures and news makers, but none so much as the women gaining power and prominence in the 90s.
Trump's fixation is driven, in part, by a view that border security is paramount to his most fervent supporters and that immigration is a winning issue for Republican candidates in November's congressional elections.
The tyranny of beauty ideals and a cultural fixation on women’s appearances help to keep us disempowered.
According to Freud, children overindulged or neglected during this stage may develop neurotic oral fixations that manifest as talking, eating, drinking, and smoking too much.
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