Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of obsess.

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Examples

  • Categories can and do change purpose with time, and we should not get bogged down in obsessing with a presumed original purpose.

    Science Fiction Awards Watch » Blog Archive » Revitalizing Semiprozine

  • "The Conservatives have hardly helped themselves by" obsessing "- to use David Cameron's phrase - about Europe; making factual errors at last week's PMQs and rushing out hastily written speeches on subjects like the health and safety culture."

    BBC Blog Network

  • The Conservatives have hardly helped themselves by "obsessing" - to use David Cameron's phrase - about Europe; making factual errors at last week's PMQs and rushing out hastily written speeches on subjects like the health and safety culture.

    BBC Blog Network

  • While I understand the old adage that concentrating on the other woman only gives her undo power, Houston's take on the idea of obsessing over a man's affair was particularly poignant.

    Pajiba

  • Texts can be saved and reread (otherwise known as obsessing).

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • From an early age, I recall obsessing over film-movies, cameras.

    indieWIRE News

  • Thankfully I packed the scale or I think I'd be on it all the time obsessing, which is not a good thing.

    Roni's Weigh

  • You felt that people were "obsessing" about this issue.

    Just Say No (But Not To Me): Achieving Balance in Your Work

  • When the lead propagandist for a new movement writes an opinion piece for the LA Times about a major international story, we here at TT are guilty of "obsessing" about Dawkins if we notice it.

    Dawkins, Hussein, and ALF

  • You know, where I come from, one blog post doesn't represent "obsessing," in the same way that inviting people to attend and ask Kathy embarrassing questions during the actual question period doesn't represent "disrupting" her precious speech.

    Archive 2008-03-01

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