Albert was soon deeply engrossed
in discoursing upon Paris and Parisian matters, speaking to the countess of the various persons they both knew there.
The navigation of his craft must have engrossed
all the Roman's attention in the calm of a summer's day (he would choose his weather), when the single row of long sweeps (the galley would be a light one, not a trireme) could fall in easy cadence upon a sheet of water like plate-glass, reflecting faithfully the classic form of his vessel and the contour of the lonely shores close on his left hand.
There is no shadow of stability in the policy of an English Government, and the most sacred oaths of England would, even if engrossed
on vellum, find very few buyers among colonies and dependencies that have suffered from vain beliefs.
The path through the wood had been made familiar to me, by many a solitary stroll, in my former visit to Elveston; and how I could have so suddenly and so entirely lost it--even though I was so engrossed
in thinking of Arthur and his lady-love that I heeded little else--was a mystery to me.
The singularity of his conduct, however, only roused my desire to discover who this remarkable personage might be, who now engrossed
the attention of every one.
Tom was engrossed
by the concerns of his theatre, and saw nothing that did not immediately relate to it.
was the Butcher, he heeded them not, As he wrote with a pen in each hand, And explained all the while in a popular style Which the Beaver could well understand.
With all his enterprise and resources however, he soon found the power and influence of the Michilimackinac (or Mackinaw) Company too great for him, having engrossed
most of the trade within the American borders.
When Sir James came, he appeared all astonishment and perplexity; the folly of the young man and the confusion of Frederica entirely engrossed
him; and though a little private discourse with Lady Susan has since had its effect, he is still hurt, I am sure, at her allowing of such a man's attentions to her daughter.
They are engrossed
by every one, by Chopin Trouillefou, by the cardinal, by Coppenole, by Quasimodo, by the devil
It was the first time that Philip in his lonely life had been present in a family circle: his eyes smiled as they rested on the fair children engrossed
in the fairy tale.
It was plain that the commander admired his regiment, rejoiced in it, and that his whole mind was engrossed
by it, yet his strut seemed to indicate that, besides military matters, social interests and the fair sex occupied no small part of his thoughts.
To all appearance the man was engrossed
in his own work, but when she paused he nodded his head appreciatively.
He wanted to see his flowers, too; he had the feelings of an artist, the master-piece of a rival engrossed
But the Scientist of the Expedition explained that he had been so engrossed
with the care of his instruments and the study of his tables that he had found no time to think of it.