Cohen claims I am "fixated… with the notion of an Israeli plot."
Everyone was fixated on that night's debate, but I tweeted, "uh, isn't this kind of a big deal?"
Reporters, politicians, and academics also fixated on the threat to the country posed by the increasingly violent American left.
A convex lens is fixated on a slanted ceiling emanating a faint amount of soft white light.
I've long been fixated, low-budget Edith Wharton-like, on what happens when different strata of society rub up against each other.
Perhaps the police had tunnel vision, fixated from the beginning on the belief that the killers were drug dealers.
The Republican Party is too fixated on this fiction of electability.
Breuer's first hysterical patient was fixated in the same manner upon the time when she nursed her very sick father.
The eye was first fixated on the light-spot, and then moved horizontally away toward either the right or the left.
The phenomenon appeared only when the illuminated spot had been fixated for an appreciable period of time.
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.