obsessively : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ob se siv lee

  • r  in a compulsive manner

  • Even opusteno Belgrade gabs about Ceca obsessively, in the way that one might talk about a plague of locusts.
  • Survey young, urban Chinese today, and you will find them drinking Starbucks, wearing Nikes and blogging obsessively.
  • Miike's films live inside their characters, taking the temperature of their longings, the ridiculous ambitions they chase so obsessively, their need to experience the extreme to .
News & Articles

  • When Bernanke Confounds, Wall Street Reaches for Theories
    Amid the current turmoil in global markets, one question is being obsessively debated on Wall Street: Just what was Ben S. Bernanke thinking three weeks ago when he said that the Federal Reserve might soon cut back its stimulus efforts?
    June 13, 2013 - New York Times
  • Beat the heat: Sleep all day, then do business overnight
    Dog days of summer here in the Old Pueblo have hit with a vengeance. As if part of some masochistic ritual, we obsessively listen to the daily weather report in the hope of hearing a news flash about an upcoming cold snap.
    June 13, 2013 - Arizona Daily Star
  • On Wall Street, ‘Everyone Snapchats Weird Shit’
    In between pushing piles of gold brick around and saying racist things in elevators , bankers are getting in touch with their inner teenagers by obsessively Snapchatting all day, New York Magazine reports . The Financial District’s finest gravitate to the app because typical social media photos tend to linger, liable to pop up in a higher-up’s Google search, while Snapchat photos disappear after ...
    June 12, 2013 - The New York Observer

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