verb (used with object), en·gaged, en·gag·ing.
verb (used without object), en·gaged, en·gag·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM engageen·gag·er, noun
Definition for engage (2 of 2)
Origin of engagé
Example sentences from the Web for engage
Then we all have to do our part to engage the officers and our community, and hold everyone accountable in the process.
The Millennial Action Project (MAP) seeks to engage young people in politics and give them more of a voice in governing.
Not that he ever planned to engage in the controversy directly.
Cook walked more slowly than most, stopping to engage with passersby who expressed their own frustration and support.
Such messages are unlikely to be beloved of secularists who prefer to scoff at the religious rather than engage with them.
He continued its sale, however, as a kingly monopoly, allowing only those to engage in it who paid him for the privilege.
We have other things to engage us now, but I sometimes think all is not gain that the march of progress brings.
I only engage that the engine shall be equal to a B. and Watt's 72-inch single, but it will be equal to a double 72-inch cylinder.
A ship will sail for the South Sea fishery in about five weeks, and will engage to take the whole of the engines.
In the instructions that may be given to Uville, it shall be stipulated on what terms he may engage one or two English workmen.