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It was a proud moment for me—especially because I knew that this patent contained novel capabilities that were critical for a brand-new technology called immersion lithography.

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The best soundbar is compact, easy to install, and an unbeatable way to present your movies, music, and video games with elevated volume, clarity, and immersion.

My sons, 6 and 8 at the time, would love this immersion into their culture, I figured.

Commuters benefit from the separation and solace from the chaotic and noisy outside world during their busy travels to and from work, too—and music enthusiasts enjoy the full immersion that a pair of true headphones delivers.

The clips are brief, so the listener does not get a thorough immersion but rather a flavor of the desperate times.

The irony is that we continue our immersion in the three poisons when we shop at such overpriced designer supermarkets.

Immersion is something that game developers discuss frequently when talking about their games, and with good reason.

But immersion in this realm of secrets and deception comes at a steep price, for both the protagonist and reader.

If they swam just as strenuously on the tenth immersion as on the first, the risk of drowning would increase dramatically.

It was a life-changing immersion, one I would recommend for every serious foreign journalist or businessperson.

Go carefully over the film with an oil-immersion lens, using a mechanical stage if available.

In many cases complete dissolution of the corpse is attempted by immersion in acids.

We shall say nothing as to the defects or merits of aspersion or sprinkling, immersion or dipping, affusion or pouring.

Although we were soon thoroughly exhausted with our immersion in the water, we dared not climb aboard.

It is neither immersion nor sprinkling nor any other mode of lustration which marks us out as God's.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to immersion, such as: captivation, concentration, engagement, engrossment, enthrallment, and fascination.

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