Entry from British & World English dictionary
Excessively preoccupied with death; morbid: the two central characters are a pair of misfit, death-obsessed sisters his death-obsessed works of fiction
More example sentences
- Some critics discard the "death-obsessed" picture of Mahler for one of a complex man with understandable concerns.
- The novel feels pessimistic and death-obsessed, full of images of things ending.
- Plath's death-obsessed texts are deeply disturbing.
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