Caro spent the Nieman year immersed in study—reading, taking classes, attending lectures—about government and urban planning.
She was too immersed in her own inner world to be bothered by such details.
But it was badly decomposed from the neck down because of the way it had been immersed in water for six weeks.
And the whole world of Russia, the Soviet Union, and the KGB was a world that I had been immersed in my whole life.
The ‘Meet the Press’ host is immersed in a midlife study of Judaism.
Now let the instrument be immersed in a vessel of boiling water, the barometer at the time having the height of thirty inches.
We are immersed in beauty, but our eyes have no clear vision.
The woman, immersed in thought, was sitting on the bed with my cap in her hand.
The jar is immersed to within about an inch of its top in the box.
Dick and Bert had also laid aside their rods and were hurrying to the immersed one.