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 The true reading here is, probably, "immerging;" since it was a common notion at that period, that the descent of the sun into the ocean was attended with a kind of hissing noise, like red hot iron dipped into water.
The Germany and the Agricola of Tacitus Caius Cornelius Tacitus
Case in point: I worked for an immerging craft brewery for a little over three years.
She assured their privacy by burning all the intimate letters written during their courtship and time spent apart during her husband's many absences while serving a new immerging nation.
History of American Women Maggiemac 2009
We are, we are a great big immerging substrate just waiting for microbes to grow on us.
A Promise 2006
If you don't have the deep pockets of thier clients, try collecting the work of student artist or immerging artist, or be brave and paint yourself!
Sills Huniford 2007
From the deep solitudes, into which she was immerging, and from the gloomy castle, of which she had heard some mysterious hints, her sick heart recoiled in despair, and she experienced, that, though her mind was already occupied by peculiar distress, it was still alive to the influence of new and local circumstance; why else did she shudder at the idea of this desolate castle?
As he spoke he hurried from the weeping group, and immerging amid the cliffs, hid himself from their tears and their blessings.
The Scottish Chiefs 1875
Her screw was continually immerging and emerging in the violent oscillations of her liquid bed.
Godfrey Morgan A Californian Mystery Jules Verne 1866
On immerging into the wood, for such it was, extending the whole downward way to Tintern, we all suddenly found ourselves deprived of sight; obscurity aggravated almost into pitchy darkness!
Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey Cottle, Joseph 1847
Indians were immerging once more into the heart of the forest, the troops were withdrawn from their formidable defences, and the gate of the fort again firmly secured.
Wacousta : a tale of the Pontiac conspiracy (Complete) John Richardson 1824