Examples of engrossing in a Sentence
an engrossing lecture on Native American culture before the arrival of Europeans
Recent Examples of engrossing from the Web
Below, read Bailey’s chapter from Edna Lewis: At the Table with an American Original, an engrossing compilation of essays about the legacy of Edna Lewis, out April 18.
If one opens the door to see what is behind it, the wall text flips over to a blank side, thwarting our ability to read the deeply engrossing text.
The ambitious, novelistic podcast tackles themes of identity, deception and mental health in an engrossing narrative saturated with the sounds of this Southern town.
Some bad ballets are at least engrossing; these are bores.
Co-produced by Scott and showrunners Dave Kajganich and Soo Hugh, the personal dynamic between the ships' captains provides an engrossing narrative before the action even kicks in.
Their stories are engrossing, heartbreaking, unbelievable at times, and often hilarious.
On its own, this would be enough for an engrossing role-playing experience.
His engrossing book follows the fortunes of a handful of teenagers who made it into Football Dreams, perhaps the most ambitious scouting programme in sporting history.
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