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Ingage vs. Engage

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  • Ingage (verb)

    obsolete spelling of engage

  • Engage (verb)

    To interact socially.

  • Engage (verb)

    To engross or hold the attention of; to keep busy or occupied.

  • Engage (verb)

    To draw into conversation.

  • Engage (verb)

    To interact antagonistically.

  • Engage (verb)

    To attract, to please; to fascinate or win over (someone).

  • Engage (verb)

    To enter into conflict with (an enemy).

  • Engage (verb)

    To interact contractually.

  • Engage (verb)

    To enter into battle.

  • Engage (verb)

    To arrange to employ or use (a worker, a space, etc.).

  • Engage (verb)

    To guarantee or promise (to do something).

  • Engage (verb)

    To bind through legal or moral obligation (to do something, especially to marry) usually in passive.

    "They were engaged last month! They're planning to have the wedding next year."

  • Engage (verb)

    To interact mechanically.

  • Engage (verb)

    To pledge, pawn (one's property); to put (something) at risk or on the line; to mortgage (houses, land).

  • Engage (verb)

    To mesh or interlock (of machinery, especially a clutch).

    "Whenever I engage the clutch, the car stalls out."

  • Engage (verb)

    To enter into (an activity), to participate (construed with in).

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