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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of immerse.


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  • Swedish for gray or blackened ashes - the loon's colors - and "immerses" is Latin for submerged. stories

  • The captivating story of a man who lives his life over and over again immerses the reader and avoids the traps of other similarly themed novels.

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  • He drags Richard into the surf and forcefully baptizes immerses him, 4 times, until Richard allows that he might actually want to live.

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  • Water, light, life: these are symbols of baptism, the sacrament that "immerses" believers in the mystery of the death and resurrection of Christ, freeing them from the slavery of sin and granting them eternal life.

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  • Dare I say it, but he "immerses" himself in the guts of these things.


  • With her, it's not a question of mere technical perfection; she "immerses" herself fully into the heroine's character, bringing out nuances and offering a fresh approach to a celebrated artistic creation.

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  • In the Kalahari, the oldest way to God is found through experiencing a journey that immerses us in the original mysteries.

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  • Henry Waugh lives, said Curt Young of Chittenango, N.Y., referring to a 1968 Robert Coover novel about an accountant who immerses himself in a baseball parlor game.

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  • If he truly immerses himself in treatment and commits to managing his recovery -- one day at a time, for the rest of his life -- he undoubtedly has a bright future ahead of him.

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  • The woman immerses herself in volunteer work, is always calling to see if someone needs some help.



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