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Definition of "preoccupying" []

  • Present participle of preoccupy. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "preoccupying" in a sentence
  • "The only question, the answer to which remains mysterious and highly preoccupying is the kind of coexistence which will be established between the descendants of Mao, coming out of misery and those of Monnet having come from nationalism."
  • "De Guch called the situation in the eastern DRC "preoccupying" and said it showed the importance of improving and unifying"
  • "Triage is necessary (the heroine of one of my late novels, The Red Queen (2004) is writing a book on "Triage in the NHS", a clear sign that the problem had been preoccupying me for some time), NICE guidelines are necessary, some new drugs are extraordinarily costly, we cannot have everything for free."
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