The Collaborative International Dictionary
Immersible \Im*mers"i*ble\, a. [Pref. im- not + L. mersus, p. p. of mergere to plunge.] Not capable of being immersed.
Immersible \Im*mers"i*ble\, a. [From Immerse.] Capable of being immersed.
a. Not susceptible to harm if immersed in water.
Usage examples of "immersible".
With a body made of hard Teflon, it was the only electronic night-vision sight in the world designed to be completely immersible in seawater to a depth of fifty meters.