Examples of engrossing in a Sentence
an engrossing lecture on Native American culture before the arrival of Europeans
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Relying on an engrossing game can be as comforting as someone who is always there for you.
May your summer reading be engrossing, and your bingo cards quickly filled!
At just a couple hundred pages, the book is both fodder for a complex moral and philosophical debate and a quick, engrossing read.
David King's engrossing and well-researched new book provides context explaining why so many tolerated Hitler before and after his failed beer hall putsch.
Of all the guest conductors who repeatedly have appeared before the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in recent years, Susanna Malkki has assembled the most engrossing programs.
For nearly three hours on Thursday, many Americans turned their attention to the engrossing, absorbing spectacle that was James Comey, the former FBI director, giving his first public remarks since President Donald Trump fired him one month ago.
An engrossing tale, full of plot twists, delicious food, addictive coffee, stimulating conversation and neighborly bonding, is coming to the end.
In Aslam’s powerful and engrossing fifth novel, set in an imaginary Pakistani city ruled by mob violence, sectarianism and intolerance, the principal characters become hunted fugitives.
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