1. submerged

adjective. ['səbˈmɝːdʒd'] growing or remaining under water.


  • submersed
  • aquatic
  • subaquatic
  • underwater


  • amphibious
  • mundane
  • worldly
  • temporal

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Rhymes with Submerged

  • reemerged
  • converged
  • splurged
  • diverged
  • scourged
  • emerged
  • surged
  • purged
  • urged

Sentences with submerged

1. Verb, past participle
Push the traps down with the stick until all the metal is submerged.

2. Adjective
Repeat this step until no more bubbles come from the submerged end of the hose.

Quotes about submerged

1. Even a soul submerged in sleep is hard at work and helps make something of the world.
- Heraclitus, Fragments

2. I breathe in. The water will wash my wounds clean. I breathe out. My mother submerged me in water when I was a baby, to give me to God. It has been a long time since I thought about God, but I think about him now. It is only natural. I am glad, suddenly, that I shot Eric in the foot instead of the head.
- Veronica Roth, Divergent

3. We take it for granted that Jesus was not interested in political life: his mission was purely religious. Indeed we have witnessed . . . the 'iconization' of the life of Jesus: 'This is a Jesus of hieratic, stereotyped gestures, all representing theological themes. In this way, the life of Jesus is no longer a human life, submerged in history, but a theological life -- an icon.
- Gustavo Gutiérrez, A Theology of Liberation

2. submerged

adjective. ['səbˈmɝːdʒd'] beneath the surface of the water.


  • submersed
  • underwater


  • surface
  • secular
  • tellurian