from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Capable of being completely immersed in water without suffering damage: an immersible hot plate.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not susceptible to harm if immersed in water:
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being immersed.
- adj. Not capable of being immersed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See immersable.
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Baloney is not without its merits, most of them artistic, but because it fails to create an immersible world (unlike Rapids, where the town felt recognizable), it fails to engage the reader as well.
It's much scarier and more immersible when playing a creepy game like in a First Person camera view.
Using a handheld immersible blender, purée the ingredients until fine.
In the early years of the Cold War, about the time Whirlpool was getting into the flechette business, National Presto Industries had just introduced "a revolutionary new concept in electric cooking ... a complete line of fully immersible electric cooking appliances employing a removable heat control" -- and was about to launch "the world's first automatic, submersible stainless steel coffee maker."
That is to say I engage in an expensive form of immersible fantasy for one goal.
It's probably one of the most immersible and considered films in a long time, despite the shoddy writing and dialogue.
Unlike other garments that are breathable and waterproof, the seams are not taped; they are sealed with an immersible thread that's guaranteed not to fail.
Suitable for handling small quantities of water, under the condition that a compressed-air system and compressor are already available; otherwise, robust pneumatic immersible pumps are superior.
Probation_, sunk down under the Water like other Persons; _Althusius_ affirms the like concerning others; in the _Bohemian_ History  it is related, that _Uratslaus_ the King of _Bohemia_, extirpated Witches out of his Kingdom, some of which he delivered to the Ax, others of them to the Fire, and others of them he caused to be drowned: If Witches are immersible, how came they to die by drowning in _Bohemia_?
We read in Ecclesiastical Story, that some of the Martyrs when they were by Persecutors ordered to be drowned, prov'd to be immersible: This Miracle would the Devil imitate in causing