Definition of Demerse

1. v. t. To immerse.



Definition of Demerse

1. to immerse [v DEMERSED, DEMERSING, DEMERSES] - See also: immerse

Lexicographical Neighbors of Demerse

demerge
demerged
demerger
demergered
demergering
demergers
demerges
demerging
demerit
demerit point
demerited
demeriting
demerits
demerol
demersal
demerse (current term)
demersed
demerses
demersing
demersion
demersions
demes
demesmaekerite
demesman
demesmen
demesmerize
demesmerized
demesmerizes
demesmerizing
demesne

Literary usage of Demerse

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Eternal Masculine: Stories of Men and Boys by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews (1913)
"With that, out of the spruce spires as it appeared, leaped demerse panting ... "Bon jour, demerse," said Walter cheerfully, and shook hands and went on ..."

2. A History of the Town of Sullivan, New Hampshire, 1777-1917 by Josiah Lafayette Seward (1921)
"... Munroe demerse, b. in Lempster, Apr. 5, 1869; son of Lewis and Ada (Walker) ... demerse, I), in Gilsum, Jan. 1,1898. 3. Mabel Josephine' Orne, b. in ..."

3. The Story of Marcus Whitman: Early Protestant Missions in the Northwest by James Geddes Craighead (1895)
"And we learn from Brouillet, page 78, that " Fathers Blanchet and demerse passed by Walla Walla in 1838; in 1839 Father demerse spent three weeks in ..."

4. The Story of Marcus Whitman: Early Protestant Missions in the Northwest by James Geddes Craighead (1895)
"And we learn from Brouillet, page 78, that "Fathers Blanchet and demerse passed by Walla Walla in 1838; in 1839 Father demerse spent three weeks in teaching ..."

5. The Law of Contracts by William Herbert Page (1920)
"demerse v. Mitchell, 187 Mich. 683, 154 NW 22. A married woman who leases to her husband has the same lien as if she had leased to a stranger. Maxwell v. ..."

6. Building the Nation: Events in the History of the United States from the by Charles Carleton Coffin (1882)
"The Boston men intend to take away your land," said demerse to the Indians.* " We do not come to take away your land, but to teach you how to cultivate it," ..."

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