1 But self, though it would intrude, could not engross her.
2 They were so engrossed in each other that she didn't see me until I was five feet away.
3 So engrossed was she that she had no consciousness of being observed and one emotion after another crept into her face like objects into a slowly developing picture.
4 He and I have been at times thrown a good deal together, while you have been wholly engrossed on the most affectionate principle by my mother.
5 It was engrossed by the extraordinary silence of her sister and Willoughby on the subject, which they must know to be peculiarly interesting to them all.
6 Later on he had been engrossed in other questions, and had simply forgotten the Board of Irrigation.
7 These matters, together with the management of the land still left on his hands, and the indoor work over his book, so engrossed Levin the whole summer that he scarcely ever went out shooting.
8 But his cherished scheme only engrossed him the more.
9 Then the long delay began to be positively discomforting, and relations and guests tried to look as if they were not thinking of the bridegroom but were engrossed in conversation.
10 But Vronsky was startled and annoyed by the nervous irascibility with which Golenishtchev talked of the subject that engrossed him.
11 She was plunged in these thoughts, which so engrossed her that she left off thinking of her own position, when the carriage drew up at the steps of her house.
12 His whole time now was engrossed by it, so that he could scarcely manage to answer all the letters and appeals addressed to him.
13 She thanked God that everyone, Melly and Pitty included, had been too engrossed in her own worries that morning to notice her conduct.
14 She had been so engrossed with the job of making Tara produce she had paid little heed to what was going on in the world outside.
15 So engrossed had they been in their gossip that they had not heard her light tread and now, confronted by their hostess, they looked like whispering schoolgirls caught by a teacher.