Panicked, I reached out to hoarding experts, who often refer to any kind of obsessive digital collecting as “infomania.”
Besides his obsessive preparations, Leslie introduced another tool to the bank-robbing trade —“the little joker.”
"I think he's a very complex and obsessive thinker," Toback says.
Impeachment is the final fantasy for obsessive hyper-partisans.
One doctor has diagnosed the president with “obsessive bipartisan disorder.”
It is a relentless pursuit, an obsessive hunt, a ruthless and unscrupulous chase.
Throughout his literary activity it has an obsessive hold on his mind.
Now, however, actual and obsessive dread showed plainly on his face and in his movements.
Their obsessive striving for the man proves to be determined by their restless flight from the woman.
The most common of these obsessive acts is washing with water (washing obsession).
obsessive ob·ses·sive (əb-sěs'ĭv, ŏb-)
Of, characteristic of, or causing an obsession.