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  • 1 absorbingly — adverb see absorbing …

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  • 2 absorbingly — See absorbability. * * * …

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  • 3 absorbingly — adverb In an absorbing manner …

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  • 4 absorbingly — É™b sÉ”rbɪŋlɪ /É™b sɔː b adv. in an absorbing manner; in a fascinating manner, engrossingly …

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  • 5 absorbingly — adverb : in an absorbing manner …

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  • 6 absorbing — absorbingly, adv. /ab sawr bing, zawr /, adj. extremely interesting; deeply engrossing: an absorbing drama. [1745 55; ABSORB + ING2] * * * …

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  • 7 absorbing — adjective Date: 1876 fully taking one s attention ; engrossing < an absorbing novel > • absorbingly adverb …

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  • 8 involve — transitive verb (involved; involving) Etymology: Middle English, to roll up, wrap, from Latin involvere, from in + volvere to roll more at voluble Date: 14th century 1. archaic to enfold or envelop so as to encumber 2. a. to engage as a… …

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  • 9 National Lampoon's Animal House — Animal House redirects here. For other uses, see Animal House (disambiguation). National Lampoon s Animal House Theatrical release poster designed by Rick Meyerowitz Directed by John Landis …

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  • 10 Doris Burn — at her home in Guemes Island, WA Doris Doe Wernstedt Burn (April 24, 1923 – March 9, 2011[1]) was an American children s book author and illustrator. She lived most of her life on Waldron Island in the San Juan Islands archipelago of… …

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  • 11 Christine (book) — For the Steven King novel, see Christine (novel). For other uses, see Christine (disambiguation). Christine is purportedly a compilation of letters from a gifted young English girl studying in Germany just before the outbreak of the war (Charms… …

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  • 12 The Wild Child — Infobox Film name = The Wild Child caption = Theatrical poster director = François Truffaut producer = Marcel Berbert writer = Novel: Jean Itard Screenplay: François Truffaut Jean Gruault starring = Jean Pierre Cargol François Truffaut Françoise… …

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  • 13 absorbably — adverb In an absorbable manner. See Also: absorb, absorbedly, absorbently, absorbingly …

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  • 14 absorbedly — adverb In a manner as if wholly engrossed or engaged. See Also: absorb, absorbably, absorbently, absorbingly …

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  • 15 absorbently — adverb In an absorbent manner. See Also: absorb, absorbably, absorbedly, absorbingly …

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  • 16 liberal — {{11}}liberal (adj.) mid 14c., generous, also, late 14c., selfless; noble, nobly born; abundant, and, early 15c., in a bad sense extravagant, unrestrained, from O.Fr. liberal befitting free men, noble, generous, willing, zealous (12c.), from L.… …

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  • 17 absorb — [əb zɔ:b, sɔ:b] verb 1》 soak up (liquid or another substance). 2》 take in (information). 3》 assimilate (a lesser entity) into a larger one. 4》 use up (time or resources). 5》 reduce the effect or intensity of (sound or an impact). 6》 [usu. as… …

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  • 18 absorbing — /əbˈsɔbɪŋ/ (say uhb sawbing), / ˈzɔ / (say zaw ) adjective engrossing: an absorbing pursuit. –absorbingly, adverb …

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  • 19 absorbing — [ab sôr′biŋ, abzôr′biŋ; əb sôr′biŋ, əbzôr′biŋ] adj. very interesting; engrossing [an absorbing tale] absorbingly adv …

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  • 20 absorbing — adj. engrossing; intensely interesting. Derivatives: absorbingly adv …

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