well-immersed

immersed

[ih-murst]
adjective
1.
plunged or sunk in or as if in a liquid.
2.
Biology. somewhat or wholly sunk in the surrounding parts, as an organ.
3.
Botany. growing under water.

Origin:
1660–70; immerse + -ed2

unimmersed, adjective
well-immersed, adjective
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immersed (ɪˈmɜːst)
 
adj
1.  sunk or submerged
2.  (of plants) growing completely submerged in water
3.  (of a plant or animal organ) embedded in another organ or part
4.  involved deeply; engrossed

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