The city has offered free housing to artists in exchange for engaging in the community and other stipulations.
The U.S. then contacted the Mexican marines, who did not hesitate, engaging Beltran and his gunmen in a 90-minute firefight.
Instead of engaging in broader questions, Rinella recounts his shift from hunting for food to hunting for sport.
Do you have anything else to add about engaging in a “friends with benefits” relationship?
“Warwick” is designed to be intensely unlikable and unsympathetic, rather than engaging.
In 1832 the restriction as to engaging in trade was withdrawn, except as regards salaried members of the British consular service.
He has been in Parliament some time, you know,' returned the engaging young Barnacle.
We now turn with pleasure to the young Princess Charlotte, who had become a most engaging child of eight years.
Now, if you like, I will see to getting the offices and to engaging a solicitor.
The Japanese have settlements in the Southern portion, engaging in trade with the natives and catching and curing fish.
early 15c., "to pledge," from Middle French engagier, from Old French en gage "under pledge," from en "make" + gage "pledge," through Frankish from Proto-Germanic *wadiare "pledge" (see wed).
It shows the common evolution of Germanic -w- to French -g-; cf. Guillaume from Wilhelm). Meaning "attract the attention of" is from 1640s; that of "employ" is from 1640s, from notion of "binding as by a pledge." Specific sense of "promise to marry" is 1610s (implied in engaged).