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habit-forming

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causing or characterized by addiction

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This salad is addictively hot, refreshingly crunchy, intensely savoury and insanely sour - in short the flavours of south east Asia in a plate.
"If you had a colour pallette, you would end up with a phone that looked pleasant and was not addictively rewarding, that had some intentionality, but of course nobody wants you to do that," he said.
"If you had a colour pallette, you would end up with a phone that looked pleasant and was not addictively rewarding, that had some intentionality, but of course nobody wants you to do that," he said."Because what they want is for you to look." Silicon Valley is in a battle for our attention, and often I feel like the last person in charge of my own eyes.
The most addictively fascinating controversy now percolating through the American Catholic Internet has to do with the fate of a Jewish-born child seized from his family nearly 150 years ago.
All who met Aidan were struck by his lust for life, boundless energy, creative passion and his addictively charismatic personality."
If you're happy to spend half your day queueing, it boasts plenty of whiteknuckle rides and a lovely (if a little tightly-packed) beach, where the man-made waves are addictively terrifying!
Bob Dylan FAQ, the latest installment in Backbeat's FAQ series, condenses the life and times of America's premier songster into an addictively vivacious 400-page brick jam-packed with critical analysis, minutiae, photographs, ephemera, and period history.
This paper has consistently, and addictively, taken the short-sighted position of President Trump being inadequate for the job and certainly incompetent to the task of draining the overflowing swamp called Washington, D.C.
With the potential promise of Academy Awards consideration, documentaries like those, designed to be addictively watchable and exploratory landmarks, could be an enthralling addition to the landscape.
It's addictively fun to watch stranded patterns come together, round by round.
Exhilaratingly, addictively readable, David Brazier's novel about thirteen years old Sam's survival in a jungle is the perfect book to offer reluctant fiction readers, reluctant readers or, indeed, any readers.
And Tom, addictively unfaithful to his girlfriend, confesses the obvious: "I wanted to be a good boyfriend, but I wanted to have sex with other women."
Easy-going electronic indie-pop with terrific melodies (Cardiac Arrest is a particularly favourite), it's not exceptionally different but she has a soft, alluring voice and the whole thing is an addictively easy listen.
"The only thing I buy obsessively and addictively is art," Bowie, who was worth $230 million when he died after battling cancer for a year, told the BBC in 1999. 
Achieving this fine balance isn't easy, especially in the addictively ever-turning cycle of fashion.