OTHER WORDS FROM preoccupiedpre·oc·cu·pied·ly, adverbpre·oc·cu·pied·ness, nounun·pre·oc·cu·pied, adjective
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Zoologist Desmond Morris, on the other hand, was initially more preoccupied with sex than violence or male-male bonding.
Generations of men would have the culture believe that they’re far too preoccupied with business, government, technology and other so-called serious pursuits to involve themselves with the flourishes of fashion.Why the tailored suit — not ruffles and lace — became synonymous with power|Robin Givhan|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
Later, as the scope of his research widened, he became more and more preoccupied with the question of biodiversity on Earth and the human impact on it.Timeless meditations on Earth’s fragility, and the damage humans do|Balaji Ravichandran|May 14, 2021|Washington Post
Kids are very preoccupied about their appearance at this age, and there’s a lot of pressure to have peer approval, so there are risks there.
I’m very much preoccupied with the issue of race and ethnicity and discrimination and how that impacts health outcomes and mental health outcomes among underserved populations.How To Get Vaccines To People Who Aren’t Going Out Of Their Way To Get Them|Anna Rothschild|March 22, 2021|FiveThirtyEight