Definition of Submerging

1. Noun. Sinking until covered completely with water.

Exact synonyms: Immersion, Submergence, Submersion
Generic synonyms: Sinking
Specialized synonyms: Dip
Derivative terms: Submerge, Submerge, Submerge, Submerge, Submerge, Submerge, Submerge, Submerse, Submerse



Definition of Submerging

1. Verb. (present participle of submerge) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Submerging

1. submerge [v] - See also: submerge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Submerging

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submeningeal
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submental
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submentum
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submerged
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submerging (current term)
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submesoscale
submesoscales
submetacentric
submetacentrics
submetallic

Literary usage of Submerging

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1. Journal by Institution of Electrical Engineers Radio Section (1877)
"ON submerging TELEGRAPHIC CABLES. ... attention of many Members of this Institution to the subject of submerging such lines of telegraphic communication; ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1862)
"... depths upon a graduated scale without submerging any apparatus would be of great advantage as a means of extending our knowledge of ocean geography. ..."

3. Jared Ingersoll: A Study of American Loyalism in Relation to British by Lawrence Henry Gipson (1920)
"THE submerging OF THE INGERSOLL GROUP AT NEW HAVEN CONSERVATIVE New Haven, as was previously pointed out, had learned the ways of radicalism. ..."

4. Eleven Years in Ceylon: Comprising Sketches of the Field Sports and Natural by Jonathan Forbes, George Turnour (1841)
"Partial submerging of the Island. — Date of the Flood. — The Ramayana.—Quotation. — Adventures of Seeta. —Deification of Rama. As several of the places I ..."

5. The Essentials of Extempore Speaking by Joseph Albert Mosher (1917)
"submerging Minor Points It is advantageous, whenever feasible, to place the least significant or most weakly supported points in the middle of the ..."

6. Everyday Science by William Henry Snyder (1919)
"... he gives the order to admit sufficient water to the compartments to make the submarine heavier A SUBMARINE submerging than an equal volume of water. ..."

7. A Description of Active and Extinct Volcanos, of Earthquakes, and of Thermal by Charles Daubeny (1848)
"Their probable influence upon the structure of the globe—in elevating and submerging tracts of land, &c. IN the last chapter our attention was principally ..."

8. Effective Public Speaking: The Essentials of Extempore Speaking and of Gesture by Joseph Albert Mosher (1917)
"submerging Minor Points It is advantageous, whenever feasible, to place the least significant or most weakly supported points in the middle of the ..."

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