- submental artery,
- submental vein,
- submerged arc welding,
Origin of submerged
verb (used with object), sub·merged, sub·merg·ing.
verb (used without object), sub·merged, sub·merg·ing.
Origin of submerge
Examples from the Web for submerged
Monsoon rains sparked widespread flooding that submerged the camp in water.
As William Manchester asserts What the folk hero was and what he believed are submerged by the demands of those who follow him.Three Great Men Died That Day: JFK, C.S. Lewis, and Aldous Huxley|John Garth|November 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The headquarters of Goldman Sachs—at 200 West Street in submerged lower Manhattan—shone brightly.After Storm, Who’s Got the Real Power? Look for Backup Generators|Daniel Gross|October 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On Tuesday, users discovered how to do it in a pool, complete with a submerged photo for reference.China Discovers Sex Online as Porn Invades Social Media|Dan Levin|August 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Submerged State presents conservatives with another unexpected and unfamiliar intellectual challenge.
First reports indicate that we have struck a submerged derelict.The Ocean Wireless Boys and the Lost Liner|Wilbur Lawton
It is then submerged, and will be ready for immediate operation.Torpedoes and Torpedo Warfare|C. W. Sleeman
It was short notice and rapid work; the Ark was submerged in the waters of confusion.Six Girls and Bob|Marion Ames Taggart
The fact that it was submerged, together with the diminished gravitation of the Abyss, also worked in his favor.Darkness and Dawn|George Allan England
It reached down to where I was submerged, caught me, drew me up to the surface again.May Iverson's Career|Elizabeth Jordan
Word Origin for submerge
c.1600, from Latin submergere "to plunge under, sink, overwhelm," from sub "under" (see sub-) + mergere "to plunge, immerse" (see merge). Intransitive use is from 1650s, made common 20c. in connection with submarines. Related: Submerged; submerging.