Examples of submerse in a Sentence
a week of nonstop rain that submersed the cornfields and delayed planting for days
those hardy souls who daily submerse themselves in icy cold water for its invigorating effect
Recent Examples of submerse from the Web
Immediately you are submersed into a culture where eating, training, resting, practicing and playing become part of your job and not just about the enjoyment of the game.
Virtual reality is creating an artificial world where a user can submerse themselves, like with the Oculus Rift.
Dr. Marchbein notes that water can also lead to infection in a new tattoo, so avoid fully submersing it in water (AKA, swimming or sitting in a bath) until it is fully healed.
Using a 4.5-inch-diameter cutting or grinding wheel, the tool achieves cutting speeds of 6,500 rpm when submersed and 9,500 on dry land.
With rooms that open to the ocean for dining alfresco while above water, and large viewing galleries for taking in the marine life when submersed, the Migaloo creates that harmony.
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Origin and Etymology of submerse
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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