Emerge in a sentence

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Definition of Emerge

  • To rise out of a fluid; to come forth from that in which anything has been plunged, enveloped, or concealed; to issue and appear; as, to emerge from the water or the ocean; the sun emerges from behind the moon in an eclipse; to emerge from poverty or obscurity.
  • come out into view, as from concealment
  • become known or apparent
  • come out of
  • come up to the surface of or rise
  • happen or occur as a result of something

How to use emerge in a sentence. Emerge pronunciation.

Would he emerge safe and successful, or be carried away by some strong undercurrent, be battered on unseen rocks?
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The maid started to mumble an explanation, burst into tears and fled in alarm, never again to emerge from the back regions.
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The mists are dissolving, and life emerges like the world at daybreak.
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It is at least certain that the earliest historic figures which emerge from the haze of barbarous antiquity in both the Britains and in Ireland, are those of hermits, who, in celibacy and poverty, gather round them disciples, found a convent, convert and baptize the heathen, and often, like Antony and Hilarion, escape from the bustle and toil of the world into their beloved desert.
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At last I gave over reading, took a slight refreshment, and was about to emerge from the dingle, when I heard the voice of Mr. Petulengro calling me.
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The real Major Hawke dives under the troubled sea of Life at Paris, only to emerge at Calcutta!
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And he never will emerge thence!
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He glanced across the floor and saw Helen and the inevitable Raymond emerge together from the room where the refreshments were served.
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As the hours run on, the visitors grow more and more numerous, and after supper the room is packed to suffocation, and a long line is waiting in the corridor, marshalled and kept in good humour by able lieutenants; while Mr. Crewe is dimly to be perceived through clouds of incense burning in his honour-and incidentally at his expense-with a welcoming smile and an appropriate word for each caller, whose waistcoat pockets, when they emerge, resemble cartridge-belts of cigars.
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At the end of every ballot several individuals emerge and mix with the crowd in the street.
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Another conference at the back of the stage, out of which emerges State Senator Nat Billings and gets the ear of General Doby. "Let 'em yell," says Mr. Billings-as though the general, by raising one adipose hand, could quell the storm.
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And rather than ring the bell and wait in the mood in which he found himself, he took the path through the shrubbery from which he had seen the groom emerge.
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We are informed that, were every third charge pursued effectually, half the courts in Europe would not suffice for the cases of criminality which emerge in London alone under this head.
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Knowing and fearing the courage and the arm of Snipes, they did not enter the dwelling, but adopted the less valorous mode of setting it on fire, and, with pointed muskets, surrounded it, in waiting for the moment when their victim should emerge.
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Marjoribanks still maintained his position, watching the moment when to emerge from the thicket with the best prospect of safety to himself, and hurt to the Americans.
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In some of the Diptera the males emerge from the pupa state after the females; I therefore believe that the females await the presence of the males, and, while waiting, pass the time away in aërial gambols.
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In the evening, at the end of the dry season, the males and females, having arrived at their perfect state, emerge from their nest in countless thousands.
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The wasp larva, as soon as it emerges from the egg-membrane, finds fresh and palatable food before its very nose, and at once begins to eat.
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A butterfly emerges from the cocoon arrayed in all the colors of the rainbow; yet it was developed, while in the _pupa_ state, in total darkness.
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But these are little things of little importance in the landscape portrait which emerges from the whole of the book, of the grave adventurer, all but always equal in his boldness and his discretion, the lord of those wild ways and wild men, who "rides in the whirlwind and directs the storm" all over Spain.
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Examples of Emerge

Example #1
He turned with a calm face to the door behind which sat the displaced favourite of the Prince, his mind at rest, the trouble gone out of his eyes.
Example #2
Would his strength, his knowledge, his skill, be equal to the enterprise?
Example #3
My father commanded me to the bell again, but as I rose Thompson entered.
Example #4
He was even then a stately and dignified person, and it was with a measured tread and slow that he advanced upon my father.
Example #5
I am thinking now of an old decrepit house with sagging roof and lichen-covered walls, and all the doors and windows nailed up.
Example #6
If this were not so, why should your whiteness and colour and gaiety remind me always of the spring-time? 'My pen is running fast, I hardly know what I am writing, but it seems to me that I am beginning to see much clearer.