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    1. Contrary to what some in the crew thought, Kelvin did not continuously immerse himself in the view of space as seen from the ship

    2. To do that, the hellhound would need to immerse themselves in the memories of their prey

    3. When the pack went on a wild hunt, they had to immerse themselves in the entire being of that person

    4. immerse in the essence of knowledge

    5. endless of the ocean, immerse moreover, filling

    6. His only way of coping with the boredom of the three week wait was to immerse himself into the detailed testing of the electronic systems that were his passion

    7. To immerse herself in the meditation, to forward step, the lunge to the right, the pivot -

    8. Come immerse yourself in us," Soffen's voice said as her face came into view once more

    9. To reactivate it, immerse it in water

    10. enabling him to immerse himself in the river water and complete the

    11. Immerse me within you

    12. He took out Le Mal Jaune and tried to immerse himself in the Frenchman's allegory of the Vietnamese-France relationship

    13. The blessing of the Spirit will fill us, and immerse us in the

    14. If we can capture Ruth and immerse her in Holy water,

    15. I believe we must immerse her in the tub of Holy water and hold her

    16. It is very suitable for the non-physical being in daily living, but to fully understand that which occurs and all that is possible, it is important to have the physical experience and to immerse yourself in it fully

    17. To clean jewelry, drop two tablets into a glass of water and immerse the jewelry for two minutes

    18. pool to immerse me and the two men

    19. Talifani knew, in due time, America would immerse itself in that civil war

    20. Mk 14:20 “…it is one of the 12 who dips with me in the dish” Dip = bapto = to immerse

    21. send Lazarus that he may dip the tip of his finger in water …” Dip = bapto = to immerse

    22. Baptise = NT907 = to immerse in, to dip into, with = en = in, into

    23. It also allowed him to immerse himself in a five thousand year old system of medicine and become a Chinese doctor in addition to the clinical psychologist which he had already been

    24. We immerse an electrical heater in a

    25. feed the ducks and immerse yourself in the

    26. Seeking to immerse himself in his work, he spread his notes across the bed

    27. Immerse the hands in a bowl of warm water for 3 minutes to soften the cuticle

    28. As early as infancy, children immerse themselves in play

    29. you immerse yourself in all your riches and do not keep the promise that you made

    30. weekends; immerse in monthly international cruises; and have been to

    31. � Now, I immerse myself in life and living, in the joy of being

    32. to immerse myself in the world of aviation

    33. Or else they’d immerse themselves in

    34. Colin seemed perfectly relaxed and self-contained, while Maria tried to immerse herself in the view once again

    35. Now he was sitting in the office, trying to immerse himself in his work and figure out what it was that had escaped him

    36. He could cadge free lunch in the residence halls, so long as he carried a book to immerse himself in (and if he hadn’t brought his own, one could always be nicked from the library)

    37. Do NOT fully immerse in water—sprinkle it over the patient

    38. Then the parents are instructed, nay, even ordered, under penalty of punishment in the event of non-compliance, to christen the child—that is, to let the priest immerse it three times in the water, while words unintelligible to all present are read, and still less intelligible ceremonies are performed, such as the application of oil to different parts of the body, the cutting of the hair, the blowing and spitting of the sponsors at the imaginary devil

    39. To remove jelly take a needle and run it around inside of mould, then immerse in warm water; jelly will then come out in perfect condition

    1. Stephen stares at the screen as though completely immersed in the subject under discussion

    2. immersed into His presence, being saturated with the Holy Spirit, being

    3. Whether one is overtaken by the lies of whatever religion in which they are immersed, or if they have a valid mental illness, or if someone was abused by their father as a child -- it all comes down to the same thing

    4. We immersed ourselves into probability for the next half an hour

    5. it could, immersed for nearly forty years in the sadness

    6. ” As she said that she realized that even if this person spoke Kassidorian fluently, she would have a hard time understanding any of that if she was really immersed in this ancient society

    7. He could sit for long stretches immersed in the antiquities, imagining himself among the colonnades and odea of the ancient cities, the great architectures and ideas of an age long past

    8. Belle told me he's immersed himself in his apprenticeship

    9. I hope you’ve had a wonderful time immersed in my future histories

    10. The elves were near extinct now, and their father, the One Elf, was fully immersed in the Elven Death

    11. In a dream, but immersed in the depths

    12. Immersed in the depths of profound love

    13. Kali would have taken the place of each sacrifice, she would have been immersed in the soul that offered those sacrifices, and would have endured every scar the Cross family inflicted on Savannah

    14. “Yes, I will,” I said, and we were immersed in silence again, a

    15. He was immersed in a novel about a young girl who was born in a shanty-town in southern India

    16. It was as if time had slowed to such an extent that it could no longer function; or just broke apart, like a flower immersed in liquid nitrogen

    17. Immersed now into his new environment

    18. What better method of escape than to become immersed in the latest, most realistic sim

    19. the leadership from their leaders who were immersed in their

    20. This is to advise that, had you once upon a time immersed yourself in that most important of languages, you may not have so much thought of yourself as a Stranger with the entries in this dictionary

    21. He’d been immersed for almost six hours in one of the stasis pods, Tanya in the adjacent one

    22. The only unresolved problem was in persuading the majority of the population to acquiesce to be placed in a stasis pod, where their body would be frozen, their mind in sleep mode while an enabler program immersed them in an artificial reality (which was about as different to a conventional AR as that would be to a games console)

    23. One thing for sure: once having been immersed, change is inevitable

    24. He wanted to be sure that every aspect of his condition would be kept in check whilst immersed in TIAR

    25. After so many years immersed, TIAR had become an important part of his identity

    26. Gerrid had developed a connection with L-Seven-Six without being immersed in the normal process of TIAR: a symbiotic relationship, as if Gerrid represented the more human aspect of the computer, the ghost in the machine that was already a sentient intelligence

    27. The one insurance policy the Darangi thought they had was Gerrid: if he was immersed and dependent on the program, he would likely face death with the threat of L-Seven-Six’s shutdown

    28. To be immersed in TIAR, to be at its mercy, was about as dangerous as it got

    29. I responded, ‘Yes,’ to all and then he dunked me under the water so that my entire body was immersed

    30. She boiled a pot of water, immersed the bags into the water for a few minutes

    31. The flame was extinguished—his hand, cool and strong, was over my hand, my finger immersed in his water glass

    32. And we find that we ourselves are not only immersed in love but are, ourselves, love

    33. “Oh, I immersed myself in all the material again and came up with a plan for tomorrow

    34. by being immersed in it

    35. He discarded the bath water still in the tub and filled it afresh, and he luxuriated as he immersed himself and used a piece of soap to work up a lather

    36. Our purpose here was to learn ‘courtesy and deportment while immersed in foreign cultures,’ or in other words to become high-class western wives, socially acceptable courtesans

    37. But now, as young men already immersed in their separate skills, they would arguably have approached the understanding of what would have made the better sacrifice from very different points of perception

    38. immersed in the Divine and so unaffected by the physical

    39. These lessons are hard to learn while immersed in American culture,

    40. He was a captive either in Ur or Babylon (Chaldea) where the Israelite community was immersed within the captor’s theological iconography

    41. I feel a little naked but profoundly connected with the mystical aspects of this site, and after just a few seconds, I become immersed in the most insightful meditation, praying

    42. “When your body is fully immersed and restored by the blue light, visualize a stairway of ten steps

    43. “I remember that!” Orphenn announced, immersed in the story

    44. They were immediately immersed in a sea of taller

    45. He remained immersed in its mazes until dawn, struck a new trail of speculation and pursued it like a sleuth hound for the next week, utterly lost to the world, his parish and his family

    46. Its partial seclusion allowed me to become immersed in what I was reading

    47. it had been immersed in

    48. Chloe seemed to be counting the days, living for the future while George immersed himself in the present

    49. I pretended that I was immersed in play, but I was actually listening in

    50. be immersed in Him, just as a believer is immersed in water at baptism

    1. He trusts that, if he immerses himself in the currents of the ethics of expediency that swirl around him, he is not opening an unwanted door to meddling in the freedoms of others

    2. To Rosa’s delight, he immediately immerses himself into Steward Pharmaceuticals

    3. Overall, Beatrice and Amy are both really impressed by the way Loki immerses himself in modern technology and modern life

    4. They reproach him for the lack of living and charge him more than his ability until he immerses himself in actions that lead to his destruction

    5. The messenger (cpth) has the light of Al’lah upon him, and through such prayer, he immerses the believers in this great illumination, thereby driving the schemes of every mutinous devil away from them

    1. Although he knew that her words were solely aimed at him, her eyes remained closed, immersing herself in her expression

    2. Over the years Monique had tried not to think of the others below ground, immersing herself in her diplomatic work; a role in which she still felt the need to prove her worth, rather than merely fulfilling the expectations of the cynics (those in the higher echelons of the chosen) who probably viewed her as the benefactor of a privileged background

    3. Brock found that immersing himself in Skelda's thoughts was a nauseating chore, so cold and full of hate were they

    4. He’s immersing himself more and more in that world

    5. “That shut you up”, Levi said affectionately, as he tucked Mallika’s hair behind her ear, he couldn’t get enough of running his fingers through her locks, he loved touching her, the feel of immersing his hands in her hair

    6. I tried to explain, moving towards him and laying my hands on his broad shoulders as I noticed an ocean of fog undulating around us, immersing us in its journey of mist

    7. He remembered immersing himself completely in the delicacy of her mouth

    8. Remember, you were blessed with this seed of prosperity at birth, and it‘s ready and willing to accept that vital nutrition from the positive messages that you are immersing yourself in daily

    9. It was like watching a small TV in his head, and he chose that option because he didn’t have the luxury of immersing himself in the virtual matrix while navigating the corridors

    10. Doctor Seif has devoted almost half a century to immersing himself into the lives of the 16th Century French founders of his Salesian spiritual lineage, Jane de Chantal and Francis de Sales

    11. Having concentrated once again, I started to imagine that I placed inside of myself, in the area of the solar plexus, a small white bean, immersing it into something soft and warm

    12. evening, and as I got home and started chopping and storing and otherwise immersing

    13. Whereas that who shuns away from Al’lah and corrupts his spirit by immersing it in lechery, the misery will be his fate and he will incur nothing other than smarts and failure

    14. Our heart thirst ever sated, for never thirsty with you, never not soul drinking when we are with you, for being with you is being immersed and in that overflowing flesh-whelming us into you and all into that – that which we are: the beautiful unfolding ever unfolding and flowing past that dreamer ten years hence and looking back, immersing us then even from here now – a kundalini love moving backwards and forwards through time

    15. Yet when Man came and was given the freedom of choice, he deviated from the path which leads to his happiness and gain, and followed ‘the primrose path’, leading a life of ease and pleasure, and immersing himself in animalistic instincts

    16. Laura Bretz has been immersing herself in fantasy lands, apocalyptic settings and all things impossible since she was a child

    17. experience of immersing itself in the water of the Atlantic, and then sending back its

    18. Immersing them both into her being, sharing some of her

    19. The deeper we went into the canyon the more it seemed as if we were immersing ourselves in a vat of black dye as the spirit of the place was so oppressive

    20. After thoroughly immersing herself with the details of Burton's life, she posthumously

    21. Spirit is immersing into the Matter – higher Plans connect with lower

    22. arts based either upon immersing of art object consumer into altered

    23. If you want the results in the shortest amount of time (minutes instead of hours or hours instead of days), fully immersing yourself in MECOM™ is mandatory

    24. , as it is that potatoes, to be crisped by deep frying, should first be soaked in cold water for twenty to thirty minutes, then dried perfectly before immersing in the fat

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    Synonyms for "immerse"

    absorb engross engulf immerse plunge soak up steep bury eat up swallow swallow up involve embed dunk sink douse duck

    "immerse" definitions

    thrust or throw into

    devote (oneself) fully to

    enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing

    cause to be immersed