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immerse
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Immersed in my own experiences, it was with horror that I heard, toward the end of my year’s travels, that another tragedy had struck the Dumbledores: the death of his sister, Ariana.
  • Harry heard Hermione gasp, and he had the odd sensation something was swooping low over him, immersing his body in its shadow.

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  • And now he stood at the broken window of Bathilda’s house, immersed in memories of his greatest loss, and at his feet the great snake slithered over broken china and glass… He looked down and saw something… something incredible… "No…"
  • What?" said Hermione vaguely; she was still immersed in Voldemort’s press clippings.

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as in: immersed in her book Define
to get very interested or completely involved
as in: immersed in a tub of water Define
to submerge in a liquid (submerge means: to put something into a liquid so that it is completely covered by the liquid)
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