verb (used with object), sub·merged, sub·merg·ing.
verb (used without object), sub·merged, sub·merg·ing.
Origin of submerge
Related formssub·mer·gence, nounnon·sub·mer·gence, nounre·sub·merge, verb, re·sub·merged, re·sub·merg·ing.un·sub·merg·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for submerge
Submerge the apple slices in the syrup and allow them to “rest” for a few hours or, even better, overnight.
They're not willing to submerge their anger for the sake of winning elections.
If it were to fall foul of a ship and break, it would surely wreck and submerge her.Foot-prints of Travel|Maturin M. Ballou
The submarine was hit at once and continued to be hit so rapidly that it was evidently impossible for her to submerge.The Crisis of the Naval War|John Rushworth Jellicoe
"Submerge, Mr. Templeton," came Lord Hastings' sharp command.The Boy Allies Under the Sea|Robert L. Drake
Accordingly, he switched off the antidetection system and ordered all ships to submerge.Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung|Victor Appleton
The subconscious then seems to overflow and submerge the conscious, dictating things that are written only with repugnance.Decadence and Other Essays on the Culture of Ideas|Remy de Gourmont