Definition of "engross"
  1. Refers to the process of writing or printing the finalized version of a document, such as a bill or resolution, typically just before its final approval or passage
How to use "engross" in a sentence
  1. After debate and amendment, the Senate will engross the bill, preparing it for the final vote.
  2. Before a resolution goes to the President's desk for signing, it must be engrossed.
  3. Once all changes were made in the draft, it was time to engross the bill so it could be presented for approval.

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