immersion[ ih-mur-zhuh n, -shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF immersion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMERSION
The depth of immersion is regulated by fixing the crank-pin.
This permits the travel, and consequently the degree of immersion, to be varied.
The moat is none so distant, and the immersion may profit you.
He never troubles about drying their legs and hoofs after their immersion in the pond.
The preparations for Henry's immersion were always complex and thorough.
His friend, in reply, undertook to give his impressions of immersion.
How would it sound, "I have an immersion to be immersed with, and how am I straitened?"
The magic potion must be followed by immersion into the fountain of life.
The rubber boots filled with water and the immersion was complete.
This stream was dammed, so that the Mormon converts might be baptized by immersion.