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Definition of Emanate

  • To issue forth from a source; to flow out from more or less constantly; as, fragrance emanates from flowers.
  • To proceed from, as a source or fountain; to take origin; to arise, to originate.
  • Issuing forth; emanant.
  • give out (breath or an odor)
  • proceed or issue forth, as from a source

How to use emanate in a sentence. Emanate pronunciation.

All illumination of our planetary system proceeds or emanates from the solar center.
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Another unity is the spiritual unity which emanates from the breaths of the Holy Spirit.
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For instance, the rays of the sun are continuous, the heat of the sun emanates from it without cessation; no discontinuance of it is conceivable.
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The dependence through the creatures upon God is a dependence of emanation: that is to say, creatures emanate from God, they do not manifest Him.
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The light of the sun emanates from the sun, it does not manifest it.
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In the same way, the globe of the sun does not become divided and does not descend to the earth: no, the rays of the sun, which are its bounty, emanate from it, and illumine the dark bodies.
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Therefore all creatures emanate from God; that is to say, it is by God that all things are realized, and by Him that all beings have attained to existence.
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The temple of man is like unto a mirror, his soul is as the sun, and his mental faculties even as the rays that emanate from that source of light.
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If, as you say, it emanates immediately from God, does it teach his existence?
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In so far as that loss emanates from defect of spirits, or other modes of vital torpor, such as neglect of health has either caused or promoted, and care might have prevented, in so far the omission is charged to our own responsibility.
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When, as is most usual in the masonic symbol, the rays emanate from the centre of the triangle, and, as it were, enshroud it in their brilliancy, it is symbolic of the Divine Light.
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When the rays emanate from the centre of the triangle, it is a symbol of divine light.
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A profound philosopher of these latter days has defined Imagination as 'an advanced perception of truth,' and avers that the discoveries of the future can always be predicted by the poet and the seer, whose receptive brains are the first to catch the premonitions of those finer issues of thought which emanate from the Divine intelligence.
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The nation participates in the making of its laws by the choice of its legislators, and in the execution of them by the choice of the agents of the executive government; it may almost be said to govern itself, so feeble and so restricted is the share left to the administration, so little do the authorities forget their popular origin and the power from which they emanate.
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If the government is defective (and it would no doubt be easy to point out its deficiencies), the fact that it really emanates from those it governs, and that it acts, either ill or well, casts the protecting spell of a parental pride over its faults.
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The laws would consequently be attacked when the power from which they emanate is weak, and obeyed when it is strong.
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To concentrate the whole social force in the hands of the legislative body is the natural tendency of democracies; for as this is the power which emanates the most directly from the people, it is made to participate most fully in the preponderating authority of the multitude, and it is naturally led to monopolize every species of influence.
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Both of these assemblies emanate from the people; both of them are chosen by universal suffrage; and no voice has hitherto been heard to assert in America that the Senate is hostile to the interests of the people.
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Democratic laws generally tend to promote the welfare of the greatest possible number; for they emanate from the majority of the citizens, who are subject to error, but who cannot have an interest opposed to their own advantage.
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Sternly he fought down these strange promptings, which he knew to emanate hypnotically from the brain of the creature bending over him.
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Examples of Emanate

Example #1
Likewise in the spiritual realm of intelligence and idealism there must be a center of illumination, and that center is the everlasting, ever-shining Sun, the Word of God.
Example #2
Without the bounty of the sun therefore the world would be in darkness.
Example #3
This is greater than the unity of mankind.
Example #4
These limited unities are therefore signs of that great unity which will make all the human family one by being productive of the attractions of conscience in mankind.
Example #5
Therefore man the highest creature of the phenomenal world is endowed with that continuous bounty bestowed by divine generosity without cessation.
Example #6
Even so the bestowal of God is descending upon the world of humanity, never ceasing, continuous, forever.