Definition of Obsessors
1. obsessor [n] - See also: obsessor
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obsessors
Literary usage of Obsessors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1921)
"The mother had been wondering how long the obsessors will hold on. She expected a more ready cure than is the fact. [Mrs. Drew says, " The question most ..."
2. Microbes and Men by Robert Tuttle Morris (1915)
"TO-MORROW'S TOPICS of the entire civilized world fall upon the ruler who is first to yield to the importunities of obsessors. Teachers and preachers have ..."
3. The Spiritual Pilgrim: A Biography of James M. Peebles by Joseph O. Barrett (1872)
"The poor girl, as if conscious of one open valve of escape from the serpentine spheres of her obsessors, entwined her arms around Mr. ..."
4. Is God Good, Or the Modern Job by L. W. Keplinger (1917)
"But are we sure we are not ourselves obsessors? Nothing is so like one intelligent entity as another intelligent entity. Learn about one and know about all. ..."