obsessionally


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Synonyms for obsessionally

in a compulsive manner

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Unlike the obsessionally neurotic, probably psychotic Castel, Meursault maintains his equanimity throughout The Stranger until the priest comes and tries to convert him from atheism.
17) Having done so her un/conscious spirit imago may well become depotentiated and dissolved into a less threatening intra-psychic mother/daughter connection rather than, as in some instances, an obsessionally phobic and persecutory presence lived in recurrent dreams.
We would all do well to be hard working, not obsessionally but at least persistently, to be thoughtful social critics and committed agents of change, who understand and appreciate the very world we seek to change.