immerse[ ih-murs ]SEE DEFINITION OF immerse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMERSE
Mix this solution in three gallons of cold water, immerse the wool in it for several days, and then let it be washed and dried.
When cold, add the juice of fifty oranges, and two thirds of the peels cut very thin; and immerse a toast covered with yeast.
It respects the end too much, to immerse itself in the means.
Immerse the negatives in distilled water for ten to twelve hours.
At the last word he made another effort to immerse the sinner.
She did so breathe ambrosia; so immerse My fine existence in a golden clime.
It ought to be understood that to fry is to immerse in hot fat.
She apprenticed him as a clerk and did her utmost to immerse him in commerce.
To immerse himself was suicidal; it was the dyer plunging into his own vat.
We who have to learn them, must immerse ourselves in the study of the great examples.