from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To submerge or disappear in or as if in a liquid.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To disappear by entering into any medium, as a star into the light of the sun.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To dissapear by entering into any medium, as a star into the light of the sun.
- transitive v. To plungel into, under, or within anything especially a fuid; to dip; to immerse. See immerse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To plunge into or under anything, especially into a fluid; immerse.
- To disappear by entering into any medium, as a star into the light of the sun, or the moon into the shadow of the earth.
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 deficits.
She willed a tendril to immerge from it and elongate toward the stage.
Acting should be about exactly that, the ability to portray people and immerge yourself into a character to get a story across to the rest of the world.
New ideas immerge not only in poetics, but in every field of thought.
And they immerge in their luxurious lifestyle … in the country club.
You may immerge it, replied he, into the ocean, and it will stand.
Thus, by a kind of sacred procedure, I immerge myself into those old stones and recreate my peculiar Roman mood.
No longer is the voice of Davis heard in the crowd of merry youth; no longer is the voice of music heard from the hands of the rudy youth; no longer was the secret places of revelry cheered by his presence; or his associates prompt by his example to immerge any further in the way to death!
The Life of the Rev. Dandridge F. Davis, of the African M. E. Church. With a Brief Account of His Conversion and Ministerial Labors, from August 1834, till March 1847. Also, a Brief Sketch of the Life of the Rev. David Conyou, of the A. M. E. C. and His Ministerial Labors. To Which Is Annexed the Funeral Discourse Delivered at the Ohio Conference, in Zanesville, on the Decease of the Rev. D. F. Davis, by the Author.
Hereto was he born, to deliver the thought of his heart from the universe to the universe, to do an office which nature could not forego, nor he be discharged from rendering, and then immerge again into the holy silence and eternity out of which as a man he arose.
We entangle ourselves in business, immerge ourselves in luxury, and rove through the labyrinths of inconstancy, till the darkness of old age begins to invade us, and disease and anxiety obstruct our way.