preoccupying

[ pree-ok-yuh-pahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF preoccupying

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Her present, with all its preoccupying trifles, lay in wrecks about her.

The Pope of Rome has declared that the “preoccupying” problem for active Christianity must now be the industrial problem.

Through the dense jungle of preoccupying affairs in which I was buried I could see that I was not satisfied.

Marianne followed in due course, and appeared in conflict with a preoccupying wrist-button.

Something was preoccupying the other two minds, and our Sally had not the remotest notion what.

The positive truth concerning Him, by preoccupying mind and heart, guards beforehand against the most specious teachings.

The latter pronounce themselves in favor of dearness, preoccupying themselves solely with the interests of the producer.

He refused further commissions, for a great new obsession dominated his whole being, preoccupying every thought.

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