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Synonyms for engross

to occupy the full attention of

to form letters, characters, or words on a surface with an instrument

Synonyms for engross

consume all of one's attention or time

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She got involved with the Birmingham Calligraphy Guild and the International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers, and Teachers of Handwriting (IAM-PETH), exposing her to a new world of formal instruction and networking.
Part of price hike was caused by unregistered meat market and the other part was caused by engrossers," Eker said.
The couple never advertised what they created, but its popularity soon spread after its introduction at the International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting.
She is a vice president of the International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers, and Teachers of Handwriting based in Webster, New York.
In the mid-1590s farmers in adjacent counties were sending grain to Gloucester markets because of the prevalence there of engrossers, and the consequent high prices.
But religious institutions that once monitored engrossers [speculators, usurers, etc.
On the sensitive policy question of the corn trade, Anderson took almost as strong a stand as Smith by calling a proclamation of 1630 against engrossers and buyers of corn "a more extraordinary proclamation" (137).
Abel, The Legal Profession in England and Wales 203 (1988) (noting historically heavy reliance of solicitors on subordinate personnel, including law writers, engrossers, salaried assistant solicitors, and copying, managing, and articled clerks).