Origin of engross
OTHER WORDS FROM engrossen·gross·er, nounre·en·gross, verb (used with object)
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How to use engross in a sentence
The smaller partner should have this capability because actual breakout will most probably occur when the US is engrossed with a crisis elsewhere, be it Venezuela, the South China Sea islands, Taiwan, Ukraine or an interregnum.
Never in recent history has the world been so engrossed by the most mundane stages of the scientific process.The top 10 health and medicine breakthroughs of 2021|Claire Maldarelli and Rebecca Sohn|December 1, 2021|Popular-Science
A 2018 study suggested that mindfulness can help elite athletes achieve a flow state, the zone where body and mind are in sync and engrossed in the action being performed.
She became engrossed in whether mother trees recognize their offspring in forest networks when she became a mother of two daughters.
She rejects reductive analyses for a rich debate that will engross any avid reader.
The highest themes which can elevate or engross the mind of man claimed her profound and delighted reveries.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
I stumbled to her side, half-blinded, stood looking down at the scene which seemed to engross her.Valley of the Croen|Lee Tarbell
Besides, the immediate pressure of our adventurer's own affairs was such as exclusively to engross his attention.The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
I do not think that I am less impatient now than formerly to repossess—to entirely engross—my own treasured love.The Life and Letters of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Volume I (of 2)|Florence A. Thomas Marshall
The interests of a moment engross and captivate the passions, and kindle ardours which burn with incessant vigour.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. I|Francis Augustus Cox