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Noun
A subject or matter that engrosses someone
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“The nineteenth-century preoccupation with Orientalism provided a strong design influence well into the twentieth century.”
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The state or condition of being engrossed or absorbed with something
“There is both an institutional and individual preoccupation with measurement of performance.”
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The state or condition of thinking deeply about something
“She experienced a constant preoccupation about her marriage and developed an awareness of her husband's complete detachment from her and everybody else.”
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The state or condition of the mind wandering
“For the next two weeks, Terwilliger lived in a state of preoccupation that worried his wife and daughters to a very considerable extent.”
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A subject or activity that one has great passion or interest in
“Choral music was a preoccupation of Elgar's early years.”
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Concern or anxiety about a particular matter
“A deep preoccupation about her health made Mrs. Royce like a woman with a hidden grief, or who is preyed upon by a consuming regret.”
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The state or quality of being serious or solemn
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The underlying intentions or motives of a particular person or group
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One's attention or focus garnered through stimulation of the senses
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A strong desire for something
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A recreational diversion
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