Definition of immerse:
lay to rest, infuse, accept, consume, entomb, dive, awareness, plop, engross, inhume, immerge, draw, baptize, deplete, uncover, absorb, submerse, involve, souse, enter, soak up, plunk, polish off, use up, occupy, suck up, slop, cover, sop up, imbibe, engage, interest, duck, unsay, steep, withdraw, eat, run through, take up, take back, excite, get down, bury, assimilate, plunge, exhaust, engulf, swallow, ingest, launch, wipe out, take in, swallow up, take over, monopolize, finish, fascinate, forget, preoccupy, immersion, eat up, inter, live with, dump, suck.
Immediately after varnishing the glass the second time, take the print that you wish to get an impression of, and immerse it in the solution No. 3; put the solution in a flat pan, and lay the print in with the face side up; let the print lay in the solution about five minutes, or until the paper is completely saturated, then remove it, taking care not to stretch it, and lay it on paper with the face side up, in order that the solution may dry from the face of the print.- "Young's Demonstrative Translation of Scientific Secrets", Daniel Young.
Another result of the adoption of the modern scientific method has been the tendency of those endeavoring to bring light into the dark nooks and crannies of human existence, to immerse themselves in an abysmal materialism from which rescue is almost hopeless.- "The Planet Mars and its Inhabitants A Psychic Revelation", Eros Urides and J. L. Kennon.
- "New observations on the natural history of bees", Francis Huber.