English words and Examples of Usage
use "engaged" in a sentence
The two engaged
in a sustained dispute, as each used their respective publication to joust
with the other.
in consumption do not mere
ly buy certain products to satisfy basic needs.
They are engaged
in throwing stones and Molotov cocktails
cause the company to engage
in businesses outside of its objects, even if the transactions are still valid as between the company and the third party.
Eventually around 1:00 PM, both sides had formed up lines of battle and were now ready to engage
The amount of this gain is such that the blade spring doesn't engage
on the next cycle but does on the next again.
When I was scarcely eighteen years of age, To join the army I did engage
; I left the fact'ry with good intent, To join the 42nd Regiment.
Individuals and groups could engage
in the peaceful expression of views via the Internet, including by electronic mail.
Gummere, Chadwick and his aide, Marine Captain Jerome, tire of the Sultan's perfidy and the meddling of the European powers and decide to engage
in "military intervention" to force the Sultan to negotiate.
However, it is also largely participatory - in order for the luck to take effect, Domino herself must engage
in an action whose chance she can affect.
Some decades after the events related in this epic, Jordanes described the Geats as a nation which was "bold, and quick to engage
While insisting on strict adherence to Jewish beliefs and practices, he held that Jews should attempt to engage
and influence the modern world, and encouraged those secular studies compatible with Torah thought.
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