Examples of obsess in a Sentence
The war obsesses him—he talks about nothing else.
You need to stop obsessing and just deal with the problem.
Recent Examples of obsess from the Web
Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them by David MacNeal.
Scarborough explained that yesterday wasn't the first time Trump has obsessed over Brzezinski and, inexplicably, her blood.
In the weeks leading up to the Pretty Little Liars finale, everyone was obsessing over A.D.'s possible identities.
However, the only way to survive this period of no Riverdale is to obsess over fan theories like this — so troll away, my friends.
Obama gives one of his last news conferences, expressing irritation that the media had been obsessed with the WikiLeaks disclosures.
Choose an abundant, overflowing and voluminous bouquet that guests are sure to be inspired by and obsessed with.
Think of bands like Live, the Goo Goo Dolls, the Gin Blossoms — music that maybe wasn't obsessed with being cool, but which connected with people.
I’ve been obsessed with systems in government, and in business, that completely erase our humanity.
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OBSESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of obsess for English Language Learners
: to be the only person or thing that someone thinks or talks about
: to think and talk about someone or something too much
OBSESS Defined for Kids
Definition of obsess for Students
: to occupy the thoughts of completely or abnormally A new scheme obsesses him.
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