obsessed

Enchanted vs Obsessed - What's the difference?

enchanted | obsessed |


As verbs the difference between enchanted and obsessed

is that enchanted is (enchant) while obsessed is (obsess).

As adjectives the difference between enchanted and obsessed

is that enchanted is charmed, delighted, enraptured while obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession.

As an interjection enchanted

is (dated).

Aloof vs Obsessed - What's the difference?

aloof | obsessed |


As adjectives the difference between aloof and obsessed

is that aloof is reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant; standoffish while obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession.

As an adverb aloof

is at or from a distance, but within view, or at a small distance; apart; away.

As a preposition aloof

is (obsolete) away from; clear of.

As a verb obsessed is

(obsess).

Obsessed vs Avid - What's the difference?

obsessed | avid |


As adjectives the difference between obsessed and avid

is that obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession while avid is enthusiastic; passionate; longing eagerly; eager; greedy.

As a verb obsessed

is (obsess).

Obsessed vs Attracted - What's the difference?

obsessed | attracted |


As verbs the difference between obsessed and attracted

is that obsessed is (obsess) while attracted is (attract).

As adjectives the difference between obsessed and attracted

is that obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession while attracted is drawn towards.

Eager vs Obsessed - What's the difference?

eager | obsessed |


As adjectives the difference between eager and obsessed

is that eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid while obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession.

As a noun eager

is (tidal bore).

As a verb obsessed is

(obsess).

Smitten vs Obsessed - What's the difference?

smitten | obsessed |


As adjectives the difference between smitten and obsessed

is that smitten is made irrationally enthusiastic while obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession.

As verbs the difference between smitten and obsessed

is that smitten is while obsessed is (obsess).

Obsessed vs Picky - What's the difference?

obsessed | picky |


As adjectives the difference between obsessed and picky

is that obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession while picky is fussy; particular; demanding to have things just right.

As a verb obsessed

is (obsess).

As a noun picky is

(informal) a picture.

Love vs Obsessed - What's the difference?

love | obsessed |


As a noun love

is money.

As a verb obsessed is

(obsess).

As an adjective obsessed is

intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession.

Obsessed vs Crazy - What's the difference?

obsessed | crazy |


As adjectives the difference between obsessed and crazy

is that obsessed is intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession while crazy is insane; lunatic; demented.

As a verb obsessed

is (obsess).

As an adverb crazy is

(slang) very, extremely.

As a noun crazy is

an insane or eccentric person; a crackpot.

Compelled vs Obsessed - What's the difference?

compelled | obsessed |


As verbs the difference between compelled and obsessed

is that compelled is (compel) while obsessed is (obsess).

As an adjective obsessed is

intensely preoccupied (with) or (by) a given topic or emotion; driven by a specified obsession.

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