Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To plunge again; immerse anew.
- v. To plunge again
“Circumstances also had conduced to replunge the Pretender into the habits to which the renewed hope of political support, the novelty of married life, and perhaps whatever of good may still have been conjured up in his nature by the presence of a beautiful young wife, had momentarily broken through.”
“To bring about this replunge into Nirvana is the goal of the world process.”
“Why, he asks, do you replunge us into the night of hypotheses, justifying the Cartesians and their three elements and their vortices?”
“Even to-day the sudden discovery of truths unsupported by human experience, the sudden revelation of facts totally opposed to existing convictions, might evoke some frantic revival of superstitious terrors, -- some religious panic-fury that would strangle science, and replunge the world in mental darkness for a thousand years.”
“In days when men acted by ecclesiastical rules these prejudices produced waste of capital, and helped mightily to replunge”
“Sometimes they were on the left of the boat, sometimes on the right, and, one following the other in a kind of game, they would leap into the air, describe a curve, and replunge into the sea one after the other.”
“He stirs the stagnant soul, that man may replunge into his native self, and rise redeemed.”
“Our travellers lingered with these humble and hospitable men and women, until themselves and horses were fully recruited -- and when they determined to leave, and replunge into the cold winter, and among the colder hearts between them and Canada, a rustic ball was got up to complete the circle of civilities, and celebrate their departure.”
“The tide of feeling took two directions -- one to find the track of the girl, and hunt her down and replunge her into slavery; and the other to hunt out the villains who dared to put their abolition in practice in Syracuse, and subject them to the terrible penalties of slave laws.”
“The great perils which threatened Europe were from unsubdued barbarians, who sought to replunge it into the miseries which the great irruptions had inflicted three hundred years before.”
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