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Correct spelling:
possessed

Synonyms:

adjective
all
possessed, obsessed.
bewitched
enamored, transformed, have a thing about, under a spell, ensorcelled, gaga about, fallen for, have a bug in one's ear, mad about.
bewitched; under a spell
frenzied, frenetic, mad, demented, insane, hooked, enchanted, taken over, Fiendish, enthralled, violent, Into, consumed, crazed, bedeviled, cursed, haunted, berserk, gone, obsessed, raving.
collected
peaceful, Quieter, quietest, unperturbable, levelheaded.
compelled
driven.
composed
Soothed, keeping a stiff upper lip, sure of oneself, have one's act together, cool as cucumber, not turn a hair, keeping one's shirt on, at ease, Disimpassioned.
enthusiastic
zealous.
evil
demonic.
inhabited
lived in, tenanted, peopled.
insane
violent, mad.
obsessed
be set, wrapped up in, have on the brain, eat sleep and breathe, immersed in, up to here in, wound up with, hung up on, really into, harassed, taken over, wrapped in.
occupied
inhabited.
overenthusiastic
fanatical.
possessed
acquired, owned, held, Claimed.
retained
withheld.
spellbound
Open-mouthed, openmouthed, caught up.
noun
owned
retained, kept.
poised
confident, secure, self-assured, self-possessed, calm.
possessed
amok, amuck, berserk, insane, obsessed, demoniac, controlled, demoniacal.
verb
compelled
driven.
occupied
Captured, inhabited.
possessed
Monopolized, Had.
Examples of usage:
  1. Remember, my good Tony, that I live in The Hague, and may therefore be possessed of information that might be useful to you. – Roden's Corner by Henry Seton Merriman
  2. Mr. Dyceworthy hesitated, and wished with all his heart that this girl was not so thoroughly self- possessed. – Thelma by Marie Corelli
  3. Nobody in the house will be self- possessed but you. – Shirley by Charlotte Brontë
  4. What on earth had possessed him to take such a risk- the terrible hazard of discovery, of losing the only woman he had ever really cared for- the only one he probably could ever care for? – The Dark Star by Robert W. Chambers
  5. " I am," was my perfectly self- possessed reply. – That Affair Next Door by Anna Katharine Green

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