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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - To sink below the surface of a liquid; to completely delve into a subject.

Usage examples (28)
  • When we have yet to immerge from a recession (at least in terms of the labor market recession, which is the only one that friggin matters), it is the PERFECT time to run...
  • New ideas immerge not only in poetics, but in every field of thought.
  • And they immerge in their luxurious lifestyle … in the country club.
  • She willed a tendril to immerge from it and elongate toward the stage. for more
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  • After you "emerge" (to become visible; to become apparent) from the locker room you might "immerge" (to plunge) into a swimming pool.
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