buildings can be designed to absorb and retain heat
take in or soak up (energy, or a liquid or other substance) by chemical or physical action, typically gradually.
the work absorbed him and continued to make him happy
engross the attention of (someone).
an absorbing account of their marriage
intensely interesting; engrossing.
translation of 'absorbing'
A controversial penalty try in the seventh minute of injury time at the end of this 'absorbing' match dealt a hammer blow to the hopes of champions Boroughmuir.
I also have an 'absorbing' new interest, one that Zoë would have shared.
Quickly and mercifully, the initial apprehension disappears as the book turns into an intense and 'absorbing' read.
She writes an absorbing character study mixed with equally 'absorbing' science writing, delivering a powerful and moving science book.
Another issue of 'absorbing' interest, and still greater complexity, is that of how a composition comes into being, from conception to completion.
Intimate cinematography and the drama of events unfolding makes for intense, 'absorbing' viewing.
Who entertained whom and what the food and conversation were like were matters of 'absorbing' interest.
The most obvious reason, I imagine, is that the more we learn of our distant relatives, the more we learn about ourselves - a subject that is, naturally, of 'absorbing' interest.
It's really fascinating, and I feel it's what turns a blog from a series of chats into an 'absorbing' internal narrative, or conversation.
This is an 'absorbing' and often intense novel, which can be appreciated both by those with little knowledge of James, and by James experts who should relish the allusions to his fiction.
It should be a most interesting and 'absorbing' match.
Robert Ross has written an 'absorbing' and interesting book that should stimulate more research on culture and representation in South African history.
Deadwood combines fascinating character studies with intelligent writing and an 'absorbing' plot.
Reidy was relieved at finally recording a win over his tormentors, but less than happy with the seven kicks at goal his team missed over an 'absorbing' seven-try thriller.
What lent interest and made it 'absorbing' was the competitive edge between the two parties, and the skill they displayed.
Combine them with a dark, gripping story, rich characterisation, superb direction from Eastwood and you have a powerful, 'absorbing' thriller.
But irrespective of whether you are a collector, this is an 'absorbing' book for anyone interested in history or other cultures.
The result is big enough to be 'absorbing' , but small enough to be manageable.
Particularly 'absorbing' is the account of Mario's battles with back injuries and cancer, and the lessons to be learned from them.
Even standing on the touchline was a hazardous occupation as these two old rivals laid on an exciting and 'absorbing' encounter played in the teeth of a gale blowing straight across Stacks Field.
Learning in the traditional classroom could be an 'absorbingly' interesting experience only if there is a talented and dedicated teacher who cares for children.
The book has an 'absorbingly' detailed description of the intricacies of this market.
Richly documented, 'absorbingly' developed, and beautifully written, this is narrative of the highest order, likely to become a classic of its kind.
He also reprints two long letters he wrote on behalf of Mrs Stravinsky that 'absorbingly' describe the Stravinsky's California household and its routines.
Mary Swan's ‘The Deep’ is an 'absorbingly' haunting account of a pair of mutually dependent mirror-image twin sisters who go overseas during World War I.
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