Noun(1) a person with a compulsive disposition; someone who feels compelled to do certain things
Adjective(1) caused by or suggestive of psychological compulsion(2) strongly motivated to succeed
(1) And while the group's in-house manoeuvring for position made compulsive viewing in itself, the audience had the final say on who went and who stayed.(2) I know how hard our staff work and play and it'll make more compulsive viewing than a bunch of wannabe pop stars.(3) Those addicted to drugs suffer from a compulsive drug craving and usage and cannot quit by themselves.(4) Sure enough, he was a liar and a compulsive gambler.(5) Most people with OCD struggle to banish their unwanted thoughts and compulsive behaviors.(6) Black said she has neglected her house and garden, and her children and pets - members are compulsive readers.(7) By all indications the episodic behavior could become more compulsive and frequent.(8) As a compulsive user of news.bbc.co.uk, I think that that competition is precisely the point.(9) I also struggle with compulsive behaviours from time to time.(10) This is a comic take on the nature of luck and the power of faith from the perspective of a cancer patient and her compulsive gambler husband.(11) As treatment progresses, most patients gradually experience less anxiety from the obsessive thoughts and are able to resist the compulsive urges.(12) The child may develop school phobias, compulsive eating or psychosomatic illnesses.(13) But motivation coming from a negative source relentlessly generates anxiety and stress, creating compulsive perfectionism.(14) I am a compulsive consumer of gossip magazines and freely admit to an unhealthy fascination with celebrity.(15) This feature has just been added to my stats service, which makes it now not just interesting but compulsive viewing.(16) Some individuals with bulimia struggle with addictions, including abuse of drugs and alcohol, and compulsive stealing.
(1) compulsive liar :: celwyddog cymhellol
1. irresistible ::
2. obsessive ::
3. inveterate ::
4. fascinating ::
5. determined ::
Different Formscompulsive, compulsively, compulsiveness
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