Definitions for "Engross"
Keywords:  amass
To amass.
To make gross, thick, or large; to thicken; to increase in bulk or quantity.
To copy or write in a large hand (en gross, i. e., in large); to write a fair copy of in distinct and legible characters; as, to engross a deed or like instrument on parchment.
To seize in the gross; to take the whole of; to occupy the attention completely; to absorb; as, the subject engrossed all his thoughts.
A motion to engross a bill is the step before final passage in the house of origin. An order to print a proposal in its engrossed form means to incorporate all amendments and chief clerks corrections to the original bill for consideration by the second house.
Most commonly, the process by which a bill is updated--that is, how adopted amendments and other changes are incorporated into a bill--as it makes its way through the Senate or House.
engross (oneself) fully; "He immersed himself into his studies"
Keywords:  signature, prepare, document
To prepare a document for signature