English words and Examples of Usage

use "obsess" in a sentence

Let's face it, Americans love to obsess over some threats and ignore others.

People who meet her obsess over her, cooing and asking her questions.

It's something to talk about, nay, obsess about, while there's no baseball being played.

Obsess Yourself Pokorny published numerous articles in Boston's Gay Community News.

Benjamin Franklin once advised, "Observe all men, but yourself most." obsess

He sees symbols everywhere and begins to obsess over the Marker.

Everybody blows it once in a while. It's better not to obsess on it.

However, she was "cursed" to never be able to shut her eyes so that she would forever obsess over her dead children.

Lamia was cursed with the inability to close her eyes so that she would always obsess over the image of her dead children.

Lee said, I remember listening to it over and over, just obsessing over it the way I used to obsess over Evanescence music."

Some may want to obsess about separation.

It's full of camera tricks and storytelling choices that film school brats obsess over, and for good reason.

No longer will we obsess about the delivery of powers.

Frankie used to obsess 24/7 about how to make me eat less.

This all goes to show that investors shouldn't always obsess about the macro picture.

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