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  • verb 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.

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  • 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.

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  • "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."

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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