The state of being engrossed; concentration or preoccupation. (noun)
The fact or instance of writing in a legal document. (noun)
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Use "engrossment" in a sentence
"The three men, Ahimaaz, Joab, and the Cushite (Ethiopian), are types of different kinds of self-engrossment, which is little touched by others 'sorrows."
"According to the CRS, from the invention of the rule in 1979 (by Democrat Richard Gephardt) thru 2003, there was automatic engrossment in the House of 15 joint resolutions, 11 of which were ultimately enacted into law."
"Ueda does an exceptional job in creating an area where most people use games as escapism, Ueda's creations are more of emotional engrossment."