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immersing

adjective as in sinking

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Thanks to Jung, Pauli had become immersed in the studies of mysticism, numerology, and ancient symbolism.

I was immersed in the tech world and quickly realized there was a huge gap in brand creative for tech companies.

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So being able to get out and actually immerse yourself in the experience of the place is really important.

He spent the next several years immersed not only in the biographies of the founders but also in their reading lists.

In the end, we decided that being immersed in the current pandemic was enough for us.

Then, right before last Christmas, she spent four months completely immersing herself in the role.

But he's immersing himself, creating the density of felt detail from which fine performances emerge.

I was wondering if immersing yourself in this period shed any light on the current historical moment.

[Laughs] So this idea of immersing yourself in a band was a refuge of sorts.

"It's really part of my philosophy of immersing the reader," said Martin.

A grindstone with one side harder than the other can have its flinty side softened by immersing that part in boiled linseed oil.

For zinc, clean the plate by immersing in water that has a small amount of sulphuric acid in it.

Chill outside of blanched fruit by immersing a few minutes in a large vessel of cold water.

In this case, the deposition of silver may be hastened by immersing the vessel to be silvered in warm water.

As the tissues relax, the feathers may be pulled easily from the skin without immersing the bird in hot water.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to immersing, such as: dropping, drowning, null, fading, falling, and submerging.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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