Origin of submerged
verb (used with object), sub·merged, sub·merg·ing.
verb (used without object), sub·merged, sub·merg·ing.
Origin of submerge
Synonyms for submerge
Related Words for submergeddrench, inundate, immerse, deluge, swamp, overwhelm, subside, flood, drown, sink, douse, overflow, engulf, sound, souse, plunge, impregnate, descend, duck, submerse
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Contemporary Examples of submerged
Monsoon rains sparked widespread flooding that submerged the camp in water.‘There was no food, no more water lilies’
October 31, 2014
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
November 3, 2013
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
October 30, 2012
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
August 23, 2012
The Submerged State presents conservatives with another unexpected and unfamiliar intellectual challenge.David's Book Club: What Are Liberals Thinking?
July 13, 2012
Historical Examples of submerged
No doubt the site of this early structure has long ago been submerged.Yorkshire Painted And Described
Long cables had been submerged in the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.
Next summer a steamboat was fitted out for the purpose, and the cable was submerged.
But the night was black as ink, the darkness had submerged the horizon.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
While the man was immersed in his work, he appeared not to be submerged.Bride of the Mistletoe
James Lane Allen