submersible

[ suh b-mur-suh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF submersible

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The submersible was sighted on July 1, 1915, by a French aeroplane.

Most of the payments on the submersible had already been made.

A man was lounging in the hatchway of the submersible, and this man Saiksi hailed.

A steel ladder ran down into the interior of the submersible.

Then it would be difficult to see how the submersible could be dealt with.

Of course, the ship and the submersible might not meet at all.

But in the explosion the submersible herself was sunk and all on board were lost.

The British have a type of submersible propelled on the surface by steam.

It may be that the battleship of the still distant future will be a submersible battleship.

The Skylark fell in behind the submersible craft, close enough to keep it plainly visible in the telescopic visiplate.

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