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
Perhaps a president truly immersed in disaster preparations might not have so much time available for social media?
What a better way to learn than immerse yourself for two weeks.
And immerse yourself in the true joy of cooking, as shepherded into our world by Judith Jones.
A trip to the past: Get immersed in the mid 1860s at Civil War Days Aug. 12 and 13 at Blackberry Farm in Aurora.
Feed for thought: Google is constantly seeking ways to keep us immersed in its world of search and information, and the personalized feed is a natural extension of that mission.
The 70mm action will expand to fill 40 percent more of the 120-foot domed screen, promising to immerse moviegoers in the experience.
In some ways, John D’Acquisto was like so many current pitchers, immersed in a culture that values velocity above all else.
With President Trump likely to send thousands more troops to Afghanistan and maintain a military presence in Iraq indefinitely, some airmen will spend most of their careers immersed in the war zone, watching an ever-expanding flood of live video.
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Origin and Etymology of immerse
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsabsorb, bemuse, busy, catch up, engross, enthrall (or enthral), enwrap, fascinate, grip, engage, interest, intrigue, involve, occupy
Related Wordsallure, attract, beguile, bewitch, captivate, charm, enchant, obsess; hypnotize, mesmerize; distract, preoccupy; hog, monopolize
Near Antonymsbore, jade, pall, tire, weary
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
- She was immersed in a good book.
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