Examples of immerse in a Sentence
Immerse the fabric completely in the dye.
She had immersed herself in writing short stories.
He immersed himself in the culture of the island.
Recent Examples of immerse from the Web
After school, Raya immersed himself in Old Town's art scene before studying painting at a school in Massachusetts.
Enter the Centre's Lindsay Gallery and immerse yourself in the multimedia presentation of the Black Loyalist journey from Africa to the American colonies, then to Nova Scotia and back to Africa.
The group's Rickey Medlocke, an early Skynyrd member who left to start Blackfoot and then returned to the band in 1996, tells Billboard about growing up immersed in the Allmans and about the band's long and warm friendship with Gregg Allman.
Since arriving in New Orleans, LeRibeus has immersed himself in learning the playbook and adjusting to the offensive scheme.
But even if Spacey, Robin Wright and newcomer Patricia Clarkson continue to hold up the series’ high bar for bad behavior, does anyone really want to be immersed in more accounts of Washington intrigue after a long day of watching the news?
Readers immersed themselves in the project in a way that wasn't possible with static ink on newsprint.
The installation is going to be separated into two works that spread over two rooms and the viewer will be able to immerse themselves in the art with material suspended from head to foot.
Brazil, meanwhile, has been immersed in a political and economic crisis.
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Origin and Etymology of immerse
Middle English, from Latin immersus, past participle of immergere, from in- + mergere to merge
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
IMMERSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immerse for English Language Learners
: to put (something) in a liquid so that all parts are completely covered
: to make (yourself) fully involved in some activity or interest
IMMERSE Defined for Kids
Definition of immerse for Students
1 : to plunge into something (as a fluid) that surrounds or covers
2 : to become completely involved with She was immersed in a good book.
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