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Definition of Absorbingly
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Literary usage of Absorbingly
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1. "The Dark People": Russia's Crisis by Ernest Poole (1918)
"Mr. Poole may be congratulated upon having written an absorbingly interesting and very significant novel."— New York Times. "A novel of unrest, ..."
2. Courts and Lawyers of Pennsylvania: A History, 1623-1923 by Frank Marshall Eastman (1922)
"... fit to do so. but once he has become the с cause the interests of the client become paramount One с experiences of a career that has been absorbingly ..."
3. Synonyms Discriminated: A Complete Catalogue of Synonymous Words in the by Charles John Smith (1871)
"To be busy, whether habitually or not, is to be carefully, sedulously, and absorbingly engaged in a work. Tended the sick, bu$ie$t from couch to coach. ..."
4. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1908)
"... so absorbingly interesting, so instructive and rich in suggestive trains of thought, as the chapters in which our author discusses "The Teuto- Aryan," ..."
5. The Ancient Allan by Henry Rider Haggard (1920)
""A really splendid romance, rich in color, fresh and gorgeous in its imaginative qualities and power, and, needless to add, absorbingly interesting, ..."
6. The Prayer-gauge Debate by John Tyndall, Sir Francis Galton, Richard Frederick Littledale, James McCosh, John Oliver Means, Congregational Publishing Society (1876)
"We are either absorbingly speculative and contemplative on the one hand, or we are absorbingly practical, and men of action, on the other. ..."
7. Book Chat edited by William George Jordan, Adr. Schade van Westrum (1891)
"It is clear, well written, deeply thought, and will prove to be a helpful as well as an absorbingly interesting companion to those in search of wisdom. ..."