adjective in·submergible \"+\
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Definition of insubmergible

  1. :  incapable of sinking

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Origin and Etymology of insubmergible

insubmergible from 1in- + submerge + -ible; insubmersible probably from French, from in- 1in- + Latin submersus (past participle of submergere to submerge) + French -ible

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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