Im*merge" (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Immerged (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Immerging (?).] [L. immergere; pref. im- in + mergere to dip, plunge: cf. F. immerger. See Merge, and cf. Immerse.]

To plungel into, under, or within anything especially a fuid; to dip; to immerse. See Immerse.

We took . . . lukewarm water, and in it immerged a quantity of the leaves of senna. Boyle.

Their souls are immerged in matter. Jer. Taylor.


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Im*merge" (?), v. i.

To dissapear by entering into any medium, as a star into the light of the sun.



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