from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Botany Growing or remaining under water.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of submerse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Being or growing under water, as the leaves of aquatic plants.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, growing under water, as the leaves of aquatic plants. Also demerged and submerged.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. beneath the surface of the water
- adj. growing or remaining under water
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The artist says: "With this idea, new sound landscapes are created, not only from the interaction among the fish, but also from unveiling the intimate music archives, which are" submersed "underneath the mp3 player devices."
"He's completely submersed in the vampire world and his old reflexes begin to re-emerge," Witwer continues, teasing that we'll get to see what Aidan — who now subsists on bags of blood from his job at the hospital — was like back when he was a "calculating, efficient killer" once a woman from his long-ago past resurfaces.
So I jumped back into the bathtub and submersed myself.
During the Great Depression, with World War II looming, General Motors sponsored its "Futurama" pavilion, in which hundreds of thousands of visitors were submersed in an exhibit of what life would be like 20 years later in a highly mobile, car-centered society.
As Stefàn was submersed in his musings, Charisse suddenly began to rise from her chair.
The reality is that it is very hard to see the need for changes when you are constantly submersed in an environment.
But Dr. Erickson is referring to "conventionally powered submarines ... with electric generators [from which] a short-range cruise missile [can be launched] from torpedo tubes while the submarine is submersed."
Also, given the Ohio winter, I would like to live in a climate where I could enjoy being submersed.
I stood there a long time, hands submersed in the chilly water.
MIT just developed a (cheap!) material that selectively sops up oils, even when submersed in water.