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Word: submerge

Definition: place under water; dip; go under water; cover completely (as with water); Ex. submerged in work


Sentences Containing 'submerge'

After "Vanoc" detected "U-110" with radar, the escorts forced the submarine to submerge and depth-charged her.
But this same movement of subsidence will tend to submerge the area whence the sediment is derived, and thus diminish the supply, whilst the downward movement continues.
Changes of level in the land must also have been highly influential: a narrow isthmus now separates two marine faunas; submerge it, or let it formerly have been submerged, and the two faunas will now blend together, or may formerly have blended.
Forced to leave the country, he joins the Foreign Legion, as Pierre Muller, and seeks to submerge his own despair in a new life in North Africa alongside other unhappy refugees such as the Russian Nicolas (Georges Pitoëff).
The first trial had subjects submerge a hand in 14°C water for 60 seconds.
The most severe was the construction of the Aswan High Dam in the 1960s, which threatened to submerge the temples in what had been Lower Nubia, including Philae and Abu Simbel, under the newly formed Lake Nasser.
The second trial had subjects submerge the other hand in 14°C water for 60 seconds, but then keep their hand submerged for an additional 30 seconds, during which the temperature was raised to 15°C. Subjects were then offered the option of which trial to repeat.
Weddigen ordered his submarine to submerge and closed the range with the unsuspecting British ships.
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