submerge the apple slices in the syrup and allow them to “rest” for a few hours or, even better, overnight.
They're not willing to submerge their anger for the sake of winning elections.
submerge and proceed up the Sound,” Dirk ordered the officer, “and take us directly under the craft of the Lodorians.
But it had been impossible even for grief to submerge the sweet youth in her.
Without waiting for his master, he slipped into the water, to discover it deep enough almost to submerge him.
Have we not all our deluges in private that submerge our world in tears?
The boat can rise in the wake of an enemy, fire as she "breaks surface," and submerge again—all in a matter of seconds.
Then submerge them under two inches of soil at a temperature of seventy degrees.
Than an unprotected man with a conscienceless flirt, who falls on his neck and then threatens to submerge him in tears.
No woman could submerge his intellect and stupendous interests for more than a moment.