Synonym: compulsion, fixation. Similar words: session, obsessed, cession, recession, secession, oppression, digression, concession. Meaning: [əb'seʃn] n. 1. an irrational motive for performing trivial or repetitive actions against your will 2. an unhealthy and compulsive preoccupation with something or someone.
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1. She would try to forget her obsession with Christopher.
2. Don't let this interest of yours become an obsession.
3. This untutored mathematician had an obsession with numbers.
4. Gambling became an obsession , and he eventually lost everything.
5. The media's obsession with the young prince continues.
6. She had an on-off obsession with Mikey.
7. The game pachinko became a national obsession .
8. Fitness has become an obsession with him.
9. With him, gambling is an obsession.
10. His obsession with computers began six months ago.
11. Her fear of flying is bordering on obsession.
12. I don't understand television's current obsession with cookery programmes.
13. What is this current television obsession with older men and nubile young women?
14. His parents' obsession with keeping up appearances haunted his childhood.
15. Society's obsession with sex has bred a generation of unhappy children.
16. The current obsession with exam results is actually harming children's education.
17. He was in the grip of an obsession and would not listen to reason.
18. You are in the grip of an obsession.
19. David's need for a son had become an obsession.
20. It's turning the Games into a national obsession.
21. Bowman has a dangerous obsession with speed.
22. Julia's desire to stay slim has become an obsession.
23. It became an obsession in the end.
24. Many feel a lack of sympathy for such obsession.
25. He has an enthusiasm for art[sentencedict.com],(sentencedict.com) to the point of obsession in my opinion.
26. Like many of his generation, he was a product of Scotland's obsession with football.
27. Her commitment to a great cause degenerated from a crusade into an obsession.
28. His interest in guns started harmlessly enough, but later it became an obsession.
29. She looked after him with a devotion bordering on obsession .
30. He's always wanted to find his natural mother but recently it's become an obsession.
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