verb (used with object)
to occupy completely, as the mind or attention; absorb:
Their discussion engrossed his attention. She is engrossed in her work.
to write or copy in a clear, attractive, large script or in a formal manner, as a public document or record:
to engross a deed.
to acquire the whole of (a commodity), in order to control the market; monopolize.
to occupy one’s attention completely; absorb
to write or copy (manuscript) in large legible handwriting
(law) to write or type out formally (a deed, agreement, or other document) preparatory to execution
another word for corner (sense 21b)
verb (used with object), enhanced, enhancing. 1. to raise to a higher degree; intensify; magnify: The candelight enhanced her beauty. 2. to raise the value or price of: Rarity enhances the worth of old coins. verb 1. (transitive) to intensify or increase in quality, value, power, etc; improve; augment
noun 1. the act of enjoying. 2. the possession, use, or occupancy of anything with satisfaction or pleasure: to have the enjoyment of a large income. 3. a particular form or source of pleasure: Hunting is his greatest enjoyment. 4. Law. the exercise of a right: the enjoyment of an estate. noun 1. the act […]
verb (used with object) 1. to supply with riches, wealth, abundant or valuable possessions, etc.: Commerce enriches a nation. 2. to supply with abundance of anything desirable: to enrich the mind with knowledge. 3. to add greater value or significance to: Art enriches life. 4. to adorn or decorate: a picture frame enriched with gold. […]
noun 1. an act of enriching. 2. the state of being enriched. 3. something that enriches: the enrichments of education and travel.