Definition of Demersing

1. demerse [v] - See also: demerse



Lexicographical Neighbors of Demersing

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

Literary usage of Demersing

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

1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1856)
"Or, of continual Dying to Self, and demersing the Will and Desire wholly into the Meekness, Humility, and Love of the Supernatural, Divine Element. — 13. ..."

2. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1837)
"... appearing to become more and more entangled each moment; the logs bounced against each other ; thrusting aside, demersing, or raising into the ..."

3. Audubon and His Journals by John James Audubon, Maria Rebecca Audubon, Elliott Coues (1897)
"... appearing to become more and more entangled each moment ; the logs bounced against each other, thrusting aside, demersing, or raising into the air those ..."

4. Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1837)
"... appearing to become more and more entangled each moment; the logs bounced against each other; thrusting aside, demersing, or raising into the air those ..."

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