Worse, she obsesses over this with all of the friends and then tries to incorporate shark imagery into their sex life.
That thing conscience, which obsesses and rides some people to destruction, did not trouble him at all.
Their memory haunts me, obsesses me, torments me, remains with me like a wound.
What follows shows the vanity that obsesses our young and rising authors.
How do you explain the mystery of that dream which obsesses me?
That Koupriane makes himself important with his police-agents and obsesses us all.
The so-called sex story, the sex problem, obsesses the writers.
We inherit a past which weighs upon us and obsesses us, but in some degree each generation is born anew.
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.