- fully occupied with one's thoughts; engrossed
- (of light) taken in by a body without reflection
- (of a fluid) taken by through the pores of a surface
- Simple past tense and past participle of absorb.
Adverbs for Absorbed
ridiculously; tragically; utterly; profoundly; shamelessly; mentally; wholly; deeply; completely; rapturously; ecstatically; tensely; eagerly; anxiously; gloomily; ludicrously; foolishly; fatuously; amazingly.
absent; absentminded; absorbed in; abstracted; bemused; buried; buried in; buried in thought; castle-building; caught up in; concentrating; contemplating; contemplative; daydreaming; daydreamy; deep; devoted; devoted to; dreaming; dreamy; drowsing; ecstatic; elsewhere; engaged; engaged in thought; engrossed; engrossed in; engrossed in thought; enmeshed in; entangled in; far-gone; faraway; half-awake; immersed; immersed in; immersed in thought; implicated in; in a reverie; in the clouds; intent; intent on; introspective; involved; involved in; lost; lost in; lost in thought; meditating; meditative; monomaniacal; monopolized; mooning; moonraking; museful; musing; napping; nodding; oblivious; obsessed; occupied; pensive; pipe-dreaming; preoccupied; rapt; single-minded; somewhere else; stargazing; studious; studying; submerged in; swept up; taken up; taken up with; tied up in; totally absorbed; transported; unconscious; woolgathering; wrapped; wrapped in; wrapped in thought; wrapped up; wrapped up in
Absorbed (infinitive absorber)