from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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It's always been his total immersement in the founding principles of our democracy (The ideals we say we aspire to have) that he totally champions because he whole heartedly believes in them.
The jerk at the kilt-belt buckle somehow seemed to brace the sluggish spirit; his shoulders found their old square set above a well-curved back; his feet -- his knees -- by an instinct took a graceful poise they had never learned in the mean immersement of breeches and Linlithgow boots.