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so interesting as to occupy one's attention completely; absorbing
en•gross•ing (ɛnˈgroʊ sɪŋ)
fully occupying the mind or attention; absorbing: an engrossing book.
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The original causes which dispose men to the things which I have mentioned are, taken in one manner, seven in number, in another they are more; two of which are the same with those that have been already mentioned: but influencing in a different manner; for profit and honour sharpen men against each other; not to get the possession of them for themselves (which was what I just now supposed), but when they see others, some justly, others [1302b] unjustly, engrossing them.
For nothing increaseth envy more, than an unnecessary and ambitious engrossing of business.
But his eminence as a valetudinarian now made him an object of engrossing interest, and Mrs.
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