transitive verb | \ in-ˈgrōs \ | en·gross
  1. : to prepare the usually final handwritten or printed text of (as a bill or resolution) especially for final passage or approval the amendment was ordered to be engrossed —Congressional Record — see also engrossed bill at bill 1 — compare enroll

    Note: A bill or resolution is engrossed in the Congress and some state legislatures before its third reading and final passage by one of the legislative houses.