obsessed with


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She became obsessed with the thought that it wanted but a courageous act on her part to make all of her association with people some- thing quite different, and that it was possible by such an act to pass into a new life as one opens a door and goes into a room.
Also, I remember that--oh, strange sensation!--I suddenly, and without any challenge from my own presumption, became obsessed with a DESIRE to take risks.
Park plays an art curator who is secretly obsessed with a K-pop idol.
Otso Diretso candidates have slammed critics who said that they are obsessed with debates, saying that it is better than being obsessed with making tarpaulins or just singing and dancing during campaign sorties.
Mr Farage criticised present leader Gerard Batten, claiming he was "obsessed with this figure Tommy Robinson" and "pretty obsessed with the issue of Islam, not just Islamic extremism, but Islam".
BY MICHAEL SCULLY ANDREW CONWAY insists he is not obsessed with becoming a better rugby player but admits that aim is constantly in his head.
"I'm obsessed with being successful as the Rangers manager.
One of the biggest trends this season which everyone is practically obsessed with is the dramatic sleeves.
Dr Teal's Pure Epsom Salt Soaking Solution Soothe & Sleep with Lavender, PS7.99, Boots "Epsom bath salts with lavender oil - I'm obsessed with them, I use them every night (in the bath)."
On demand show I love I get a bit obsessed with Netflix when I find a series I like, I'm always champing at the bit to go home and watch it.
When you're hungry, you naturally become obsessed with satisfying that hunger.
"He was also obsessed with Israel," added the father, before making some bizarre claims of his own against Israel.