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


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  • -With no exposed propeller and the ability to operate in very shallow water, the technology has advantages over conventional surface craft even before it submerges underwater.

    The Scubacraft Submersible Powerboat

  • By consistently mixing mediums within galleries, the installation submerges you into the overall sense of design of a given court.

    The Many Paths Toward an Islamic Aesthetic

  • She submerges us in Barbie's world and lets us see her life through her eyes.

    For the Love of D

  • He then submerges to his chin, closes his eyes and lets his fingertips drift across the bowed marble walls of the tub.

    The Night Bird

  • Then the mother whale submerges slightly, and with a deep inhalation, she turns over underwater and the calf rolls atop her belly.

    Brenda Peterson: Whales Worth More Alive: Uphold the Moratorium Against Whale Hunting

  • "I think they want to drag it out until it submerges [from the public] again and then come to some sort of understanding."

    China Threatens Google

  • Tougias skillfully submerges us in this storm and spins a marvelous and terrifying yarn.


  • They are driven by hatred, and hatred submerges everything, including journalistic standards and even basic decency.


  • Addison takes a minute to answer, submerges his face until all she can see is a pink glob underneath the clouded water, marked by an explosion of bubbles just before he comes up and wipes the water off his face.


  • The unexpected aspect of this scene (its interminable feature) is the feeling of happiness that straightaway submerges the child, the ravaging joy to which he can bear witness only by tears, an endless flood of tears.

    The Ordinary Sky: Wordsworth, Blanchot, and the Writing of Disaster


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