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Synonyms for submerse

to plunge briefly in or into a liquid

to go beneath the surface or to the bottom of a liquid

Synonyms for submerse

sink below the surface

put under water


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The recent scandals have the Graysons on edge, driving Conrad to pay a secret visit to Lydia - and Victoria to submerse herself in her Mothers and Daughters charity event for mental health.
So when he and wife Jemma make the big move to Toulouse this summer, the Welsh record Test try scorer, far sharper in reality than he is generally perceived, insists he will submerse himself in all things Gallic.
Hot Tub jets can reach any joint or muscle group, and it is easy to submerse the body all the way to the neck without scrunching or squeezing into an uncomfortable position.
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The water does not maintain a regular temperature for long periods of time and there isn't room to fully submerse.
If you want to completely submerse yourself in sci-fi culture, then the third annual London Science Fiction & Fantasy Film Festival takes place from January 29 to February 1.
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