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Synonyms for obsessed

having or showing excessive or compulsive concern with something

influenced or controlled by a powerful force such as a strong emotion

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And my water, I'm obsessed with water and drinking a lot.
Speaking at the occasion, Asif Aziz stated, 'Being customer obsessed allows Jazz to stay ahead of the game by constantly molding our offerings as per the needs of our customers.
I'm really obsessed in gathering evidence to really file as many cases that I can file based on the evidences that I have gathered and will gather,' Lacson noted.
When you have the hunger instinct you become obsessed.
I think the key to becoming less obsessed with pornography is to find other things to get absorbed in - distraction can be a powerful tool with all addictions.
But he did not listen to me, he was obsessed," he continued.
And there is a large segment of the media in Turkey who spend most of their time criticizing the critics of Erdoy-an and accusing them of being obsessed with "one man.
Anything I have ever obsessed about has always, always been with great depth.
Rylan, 23, admits to being obsessed with his image and says: "I'd rather spend my money on make-up than food.
Alan Edwards, 75, who served in the army for 20 years, was said to be obsessed with sex in his younger years.
Washington, November 29 (ANI): Charlize Theron said that she was so obsessed with a girl in her school that it would have got her into serious trouble if she behaved like that today.
But isn't that what you'd expect from ice cream purveyors who are so obsessed about nutrition and health?
In Tuesday's shocking scene, Archie tells Janine that he has been obsessed with her ever since they met.
You can understand why celebs get obsessed with their bodies, the mags are full of "who's eaten all the pies" headlines, followed by "eek, she's a lollipop".