To submerge or disappear in or as if in a liquid.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "immerge" in a sentence
"When we have yet to immerge from a recession (at least in terms of the labor market recession, which is the only one that friggin matters), it is the PERFECT time to run deficits."
"She willed a tendril to immerge from it and elongate toward the stage."
"Acting should be about exactly that, the ability to portray people and immerge yourself into a character to get a story across to the rest of the world."