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Possessed

Pronunciation of Possessed
/pəzˈɛst/, /pəzˈɛst/, /p_ə_z_ˈɛ_s_t/

Antonyms for possessed:

uncontrolled, sane.

Synonyms for possessed:

Sense 1

demon, exorcism, even-tempered, Cool-headed, accursed, hysterical, possession, cursed, exorcise.

Sense 2

unruffled, imperturbable, composed, nonchalant, inspired, collected, unflappable.

Sense 3

enthusiastic.

Sense 4

even, cool.

Sense 5

detached, calm.

enchanted

charmed.

fanatic

fanatical.

frenzied

demonic.

kept

retained.

Other synonyms and related words:

unworried, controlled, exorcise, demoniac, imperturbable, unperturbed, cool, undisturbed, Cool-headed, demon, driven, unshaken, composed, placid, even-tempered, even, nonchalant, amok, coolheaded, self-possessed, charmed, together, peaceful, possession, level, unflappable, unruffled, sedate, retained, calm, exorcism, detached, limpid, equal, demonic, enthusiastic, fanatical, berserk, collected, untroubled, cursed, tranquil, accursed, hysterical, insane, mad, serene, demoniacal, obsessed, self-composed, amuck, smooth, Recollected.

all (adjective)

obsessed.

bewitched; under a spell (adjective)

obsessed, mad, insane, berserk, cursed.

collected (adjective)

peaceful.

compelled (adjective)

driven.

evil (adjective)

demonic.

insane (adjective)

mad.

occupied (adjective)

inhabited.

overenthusiastic (adjective)

fanatical.

possessed (adjective)

Claimed, acquired, held, owned.

Sense 1 (noun)

possession, demon, cursed, exorcise, demonic, accursed, exorcism.

Sense 2 (noun)

even, imperturbable, nonchalant, cool, Cool-headed, calm, composed, collected, unruffled, unflappable, detached, even-tempered.

owned (noun)

retained.

poised (noun)

self-possessed, calm.

possessed (noun)

obsessed, amok, insane, amuck, controlled, berserk, demoniacal, demoniac.

compelled (verb)

driven.

occupied (verb)

Captured, inhabited.

possessed (verb)

Monopolized, Had.

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