Antonyms for obsessed
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : uh b-sest|
|Phonetic Transcription : əbˈsɛst|
Definition of obsessedOrigin :
- mid-15c., "tormented, obsessed," past participle adjective from obsess. Originally especially "possessed" by a devil, etc.
- adj consumed, driven about belief, desire
- Lessing is obsessed with too high an estimate of the Captivi.
- Extract from : « The Dramatic Values in Plautus » by Wilton Wallace Blancke
- The thought of a future with Joe always around a corner, watching her, obsessed her.
- Extract from : « K » by Mary Roberts Rinehart
- He was obsessed by the idea of the dignity, almost the divinity—of kingship.
- Extract from : « The Historical Nights' Entertainment » by Rafael Sabatini
- The thing so obsessed his mind that he must speak of it, if it be only to his lackey.
- Extract from : « St. Martin's Summer » by Rafael Sabatini
- Quivering with the passion that obsessed him, he stepped close up to her.
- Extract from : « Love-at-Arms » by Raphael Sabatini
- Her mood was all obsessed now with the conviction that this was the end to her life of a moth.
- Extract from : « Nobody » by Louis Joseph Vance
- Either the genial judge was obsessed or else this waahoo was a great fish.
- Extract from : « Tales of Fishes » by Zane Grey
- I seemed lost; I was obsessed with a desire to aid––to be of service.
- Extract from : « The Crimson Tide » by Robert W. Chambers
- He is obsessed by science, haunted and shadowed by it, until he has been bewildered into awe.
- Extract from : « Notes on Life and Letters » by Joseph Conrad
- That night he was obsessed by Uptons of all shapes and sizes.
- Extract from : « The Book-Hunter at Home » by P. B. M. Allan
Synonyms for obsessed
- eat sleep and breathe
- have on the brain
- hung up on
- immersed in
- really into
- taken over
- tied up
- turned on
- up to here in
- wound up with
- wrapped up in
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