Prepositions after "engross"

engross in, with, by, for or from?

In 74% of cases "engross in" is used

I don't remember how long I was engrossed in this.

They become engrossed in their play and don't mind you slipping away.

You may be engrossed in a rapid reading, to finish it in a definite period of time.

They were engrossed in English lessons and I could see a pile of workbooks next to them.

Each time, we became so engrossed in conversation that we were completely oblivious of the surroundings.

He's so engrossed in his ideological Marxist beliefs he won't heed the advice of his own Dems about fiscal sanity.

I listen, one part engrossed in this quintessential sound of the wild -- the other because I'd frickin ' freezing.

I think the problem stems from the fact that we're all engrossed in our own little worlds with our own problems lifestyles.

Only a part of the money as a whole goes back to their homeland as they get so engrossed in the US culture that they feel a part of it.

However, after 30 years of guidance, only a handful of people had accepted his teaching while the rest remained engrossed in their sinful habits.

In 13% of cases "engross with" is used

At Dual carriageway speeds, employers will need to be getting seriously engrossed with Health & Safety noise assessments.

In 6% of cases "engross by" is used

Here the Venerable Ajahn counteracts our tendency to be engrossed by external things and orients us in the direction of spiritual truth.

In 2% of cases "engross for" is used

Its interactive museum and video clips kept my music-mad brother Steve engrossed for hours.

In 2% of cases "engross to" is used

We have engrossed to ourselves an altogether disproportionate share of the wealth and traffic of the world.