[ US /əˈdɪktɪd/ ]
[ UK /ɐdˈɪktɪd/ ]
  1. compulsively or physiologically dependent on something habit-forming
    addicted to cocaine
    she is addicted to chocolate
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How To Use addicted In A Sentence

  • This is exactly the kind of nitwittery that mikey is addicted to. published
  • Monasteries, breaking the Lawes of obedience, and being addicted to pleasures of the flesh, are become lascivious and dissolute, making the world beleeve, that whatsoever is convenient for other women, is no way unbeseeming them, as thinking in that manner to escape. The Decameron
  • It's amazing how many reluctant spouses become addicted after this gentle introduction.
  • Moreover, he believed very firmly in Christianity as the way of saving human beings, and he addicted to a monkish life.
  • Add in endless plugs in magazines and news bulletins and the less addicted may want to flee the country. Times, Sunday Times
  • Raving, starving herself, addicted to Seconal and Dexedrine, Tippy makes a dramatic transformation from beautiful to mean.
  • He admitted in a nationwide radio broadcast on Friday that he is addicted to prescription pain medication.
  • He was addicted to a stronger strain of skunk cannabis but demand for it won't disappear if marijuana is legalised. Times, Sunday Times
  • To finish the portrait, the bearing of the gracious Duncan was brief, bluff, and consequential, and the upward turn of his short copper-coloured nose indicated that he was somewhat addicted to wrath and usquebaugh. The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • Love is foolish and self- destructive when people get addicted to gambling, alcohol, drugs, and sensual indulgence. Many people suffer from this kind of negative love. Dr T.P.Chia 
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