obsessed

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Lessing is obsessed with too high an estimate of the Captivi.

The thought of a future with Joe always around a corner, watching her, obsessed her.

He was obsessed by the idea of the dignity, almost the divinity—of kingship.

The thing so obsessed his mind that he must speak of it, if it be only to his lackey.

Quivering with the passion that obsessed him, he stepped close up to her.

Her mood was all obsessed now with the conviction that this was the end to her life of a moth.

Either the genial judge was obsessed or else this waahoo was a great fish.

I seemed lost; I was obsessed with a desire to aid––to be of service.

He is obsessed by science, haunted and shadowed by it, until he has been bewildered into awe.

That night he was obsessed by Uptons of all shapes and sizes.

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