Obsessed meaning in English | Easy explanation | Indian dictionary

Obsessed meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Obsessed’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.

Obsessed’ pronunciation= əb-ˈsest, absest

Obsessed meaning in English

‘Obsessed’ means to keep thinking about the only thing at day-night, to become completely crazy about it.

1. To be obsessed with something.

2. Unable to stop constantly thinking about something.

Obsessed- English meaning
enamored
attached
addicted
indulgent
falling in love

Obsessed-Example

The word ‘Obsessed’ acts as an ‘Adjective’.

The past tense of the word ‘Obsess’ is ‘Obsessed’.

Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Obsessed’ are as follows.

Examples:

▪ I was obsessed with reading books on the Buddhist religion.

▪ He was obsessed with marry to his girlfriend.

▪ He was obsessed with his religious belief.

▪ I am obsessed with learning foreign languages.

▪ He was obsessed with his failures.

▪ He was obsessed with getting rich soon.

▪ She is obsessed with cleaning the house frequently.

▪ People are obsessed with buying expensive mobiles.

▪ Nowadays everyone is obsessed with thinking of earning a lot of money.

▪ After his recovery from corona, he obsessed with handwashing and mask-wearing.

‘Obsessed’ other meanings

coffee-obsessed= Coffee lovers, mad for coffee

future obsessed= Crazy for the future, passion for future

no obsessed= No passion

obsessed life= Passion life

obsessed with this song= Crazy about this song

obsessed person= Passionate person

self-obsessed girl= Complacent girl

kinda obsessed= a bit of passion

low key obsessed= less obsessive

beauty-obsessed= Beauty lovers

obsessed artists= Passionate artist

‘Obsessed’ Synonyms-antonyms

The synonyms of the word ‘Obsessed’ are as follows.

absorbed
gripped
dominated
caught up
haunted
captivated
infatuated
plagued
possessed
prepossessed
engaged
engrossed
involved
crazy

The antonyms of the word ‘Obsessed’ are as follows.

indifferent
unconcerned
disenchanted
bored
wearied

 

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