engrossed

[ UK /ɛnɡɹˈə‍ʊst/ ]
[ US /ɪnˈɡɹoʊst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. written formally in a large clear script, as a deed or other legal document
  2. giving or marked by complete attention to
    wrapped in thought
    that engrossed look or rapt delight
    so intent on this fantastic...narrative that she hardly stirred
    enwrapped in dreams
    rapt with wonder
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How To Use engrossed In A Sentence

  • Who's that guy Ally's been engrossed in conversation with all night?
  • Being engrossed and motionless, she indicated that she saw these souls ascending to heaven.
  • To see as an artist you have to become completely engrossed in the subject. Improve Your Landscape Painting
  • He seemed completely engrossed in his book.
  • Being fully engrossed in the creative process keeps the mind in the present moment.
  • She is deeply engrossed in her work.
  • Carter had paid them scant attention; he was too deeply engrossed in the matter at hand, and confident that his bodyguard could handle these interfering snoopers if the pigmies and the Dark Ones could not. "Once in a Blue Moon" by Harl Vincent, part 5
  • She nods a curt reply as she is deeply engrossed in letting the sun's rays bathe her pale, freckly body.
  • Squatting amidst the logs by the entrance to the hall where the show is on, Suresh Bhat from Ahmedabad is the craftsman engrossed in chiselling these logs into things of beauty.
  • I used to get so engrossed listening to that story that I would have to be summoned back home.
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