Lately, we are also kind of obsessed with odd celebrity cookbooks.
Former evangelical celebrity Frank Schaeffer says they are anxious, terrified, and obsessed with sex.
Topical Halloween costumes really just reveal the absurd things Americans are obsessed with.
Should I be worried that my 12-year-old daughter is obsessed with a tale of teens fighting to the death?
obsessed fans spend hours online trying to talk to their rock gods—and sometimes, the efforts turn toxic.
Suddenly he halted, staring about over the prairie, obsessed by a new thought, an aroused suspicion.
He was obsessed by the idea of the dignity, almost the divinity—of kingship.
Had he not been obsessed with the vision of Miss Braithwaite, he would have known that relief followed in his wake.
Her mood was all obsessed now with the conviction that this was the end to her life of a moth.
He was obsessed, almost overpowered, by the mysteriousness of the first floor.
mid-15c., "tormented, obsessed," past participle adjective from obsess. Originally especially "possessed" by a devil, etc.
c.1500, "to besiege," from Latin obsessus, past participle of obsidere "watch closely; besiege, occupy; stay, remain, abide" literally "sit opposite to," from ob "against" (see ob-) + sedere "sit" (see sedentary). Of evil spirits, "to haunt," from 1530s. Psychological sense is 20c. Related: Obsessed; obsessing.