Submerge in a sentence
1. [verb] to go under water; to put under water;
The largest mountain on earth is Mauna Kea, on the island of Hawaii. Though partially submerged, it is 4,000 feet taller than Mount Everest.
Hundreds of fields were submerged in the flood.
The old Rangamati town was submerged under lake water and a new town had to be built later.
July 20 United States fires first ballistic missile from a submerged submarine off Cape Canaveral.
Remsburg was found face down, submerged in a canal filled with water.
2. [verb] to be busy doing works;to hide feelings, ideas, or opinions;
We submerged ourselves in work to try and forget about our loss.
It is something necessary to submerge what is true for our own individual self into that of the greater good.
Much better to submerge yourself in the practice more gently.