When a bill has been amended in the house in which it was first introduced, it is written to show the amendments adopted. This version is known as the engrossed bill.
A measure that is printed with its amendments included. Such a bill will have "A (or B or C, etc.) Engrossed" printed at the top, which is a signal to legislators before a vote that the bill before them has changed from its original version.
Engrossed Bill has been defined 3 different ways in documents like Legislative Terminology, Oregon Revised Statutes (2007), Citizen Engagement Legislative Glossary.