addicting

[ noun ad-ikt; verb uh-dikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF addicting
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But he resisted it with great courage, addicting himself more than ever to the hardy exercises of the camp.

In one point of view he committed a great error in addicting himself to the drama.

An aged hermit named Sergius dwelt in the wilds of Arabia, addicting himself to the pursuit of religion and alchemy.

Economists have of late been reproached with addicting themselves too much to the study of Wealth.

WORD ORIGIN

1909, in reference to morphine, from addict (v.).

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