Definition of 'emanate'
Example sentences containing 'emanate'
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A mood of frustration and intense sadness seems to emanate from him -- of which only I am aware. A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990 (1995)Ah, but the polluted atmosphere didn't emanate from the ghost either then or earlier," said Hall. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (1995)Zlotin heard a lone scream emanate from underneath the balcony, then the chain gun fell silent. CODE BREAKER (1995)
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Used Occasionally. emanate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'emanate'
British English: emanate VERB
If a quality emanates from you, or if you emanate a quality, you give people a strong sense that you have that quality.
Intelligence and cunning emanated from him.
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