You can fixate your brain on "Potent Potables" for five progressively harder questions, then on "Kings of England" for five more.
As we know, Democrats and Republicans fixate on different polls.
Perhaps it takes a motivation of that kind for a man to fixate on something the way Scannon does.
I kept hoping that if I ignored him, he would get bored and fixate on someone else, like his fiancée.
In slower news cycles, we fixate on the playoffs or Oscar nominees.
From here we see the perspective to the fantastic dreams which the camera can fixate.
Existences that are especially set aside to fixate and convey meanings are signs or symbols.
These apparently are accounted for by involuntary eye-movements which take place regardless of the effort made to fixate vision.
The more we fixate it, the more its clearness and distinctness increase.
fixate fix·ate (fĭk'sāt')
v. fix·at·ed, fix·at·ing, fix·ates
To make fixed, stable, or stationary.
To focus one's eyes or attention on.
To develop a fixation; become attached to in an immature or neurotic way.