preoccupied || in a sentence

I’m preoccupied with the exam.

He is preoccupied with his studies.

He is preoccupied with something else.

She was so preoccupied that she was oblivious of her surroundings.

All day, I have been sely preoccupied with thoughts of my hometown.

Victoria Secunda once suggested that good fathers aren’t preoccupied with the gender division of parental labor.

Research suggests that after being spanked, children are preoccupied with their punishment, and forget the reason why they were hit.

Homegirl would be way too preoccupied with snapping photos of her food.

Not all Winnipeggers are preoccupied with questions of trust in the city’s water.

The idea that humans are so unclean on the inside had preoccupied Louise for weeks.

Avoid holiday weekends because most people will be preoccupied with other activities or traveling.