Synonyms for Immersed:

adj.

attentive (adjective)
vigilant, attentive, careful, sharp, interested, absorbed, enraptured, watchful, cautious, Scrutinizing, alert, rapt, diligent, heedful, mindful, intent, entranced, engrossed, observing, Hearkening, observant, Concentrating, concerned, Considering, regardful, responsible, fascinated.
deeply involved with (adjective)
preoccupied, absorbed, intent, rapt, engrossed, buried.
watery (adjective)
drenched, watery, moist, dewy, Bathed, awash, rainy, Irrigated, diluted, aqua, wet, Deluged.

n.

engrossed (noun)
preoccupied, buried.

v.

flooded (verb)
soaked, sloshed, Showered, imbued, Sluiced, saturated, Rinsed, swamped.
immersed (verb)
flooded, sunk, inundated, dunked, Plunged, drowned, submerged, Wallowed, engulfed, dipped, Doused, Sank.

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Other relevant words:
preoccupied, buried.

Usage examples for Immersed

  1. The grey rain was falling steadily; the dark hollow under the tree was immersed in the monotonous sound of it. – The Trespasser by D.H. Lawrence
  2. But as working was required, he soon grew out of humour with it, and addicted himself wholly to strolling about the streets with such wicked lads as himself, and so was easily drawn in to think of supplying himself with money by the plunder of honest people, in order to carry on those debaucheries in which, though a lad, he was already deeply immersed – Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences by Arthur L. Hayward
  3. Dulaq felt himself being drawn into them gradually, compellingly, completely immersed in them. – The Dueling Machine by Benjamin William Bova Myron R. Lewis