reimmerse

verb
re·im·merse | \ (ˌ)rē-i-ˈmərs \
reimmersed; reimmersing

Definition of reimmerse 

transitive verb

: to immerse (something or someone) again Reimmerse the fries in the oil. Through the decision I made to try and expose my kids to Jewish history, I really sort of reimmersed myself in Judaism. —Steven Spielberg

Other words from reimmerse

reimmersion \(ˌ)rē-i-ˈmər-zhən, -shən \ noun plural reimmersions
Those last few days of happiness were a trick, a lull that falsely promised a return to the familiar; a reimmersion in the past. —Samantha Bruce-Benjamin

First Known Use of reimmerse

1729, in the meaning defined above

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