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How to use emerging in a sentence. Emerging pronunciation.

As day began to break, emerging from some wood in an unfrequented road, they entered the village they sought.
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Its first effect upon men just emerging from a bracing Northern winter was akin to prostration.
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Clutton, who never read, had heard them first from Cronshaw; and though they had made small impression, they had remained in his memory; and lately, emerging on a sudden, had acquired the character of a revelation: a good painter had two chief objects to paint, namely, man and the intention of his soul.
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Her soliloquy crystallized itself into little fragmentary phrases emerging suddenly from the turbulence of her thought, particularly when she had to exert herself in any way, either to move, to count money, or to choose a turning.
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He retired to private life, emerging again only as an unsuccessful Democratic candidate for the presidency against Lincoln in 1864.
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Then she realized that Molly was dancing wildly around wringing her hands, that Irving's startled face and sturdy shoulders were emerging from the ruins of the snow-house, and that no one else was in sight.
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I confide that all has gone well and prosperously with you; that the iron Puritan is emerging from the Past, in shape and stature as he lived; and you are recruited by sympathy and content with your picture; and that the sure repairs of time and love and active duty have brought peace to the orphan daughter's heart.
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A strange moment that, when I look upon your dead shadow again; instead of the living face, which remains unchanged within me, enveloped in beautiful clouds, and emerging now and then into strange clearness!
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There, I flatter myself, I see some emerging of our people from the prison of their politics.
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The Greek race, suffering a long occultation under the blaze of the Roman empire, into which for a time it had been absorbed, but again emerging from this blaze, and reassuming a distinct Greek agency and influence, offers a subject great by its own inherent attractions, and separately interesting by the unaccountable neglect which it has suffered.
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Almost every university had its radicals, men who saw emerging from Russia the beginning of a new earth.
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It saw, slowly emerging from the chaos of war, new nations, like children, taking their first feeble steps.
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He had come back to Seville from a walk in the country when a man emerging from an archway looked in his face and started back, "exclaiming in the purest and most melodious French: 'What do I see?
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Mrs. McFee, emerging from the supper-room where all was in readiness, caught one flash of the blazing, questing eyes through the silken mask- slits, and received a start.
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At this moment a full-grown figure filled up the threshold, and emerging from the shadow, presented to us the aspect of a stout, well-favored young woman.
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Emerging from this cave, and coming again into the moonlight, and across a dizzy bridge, it crept and twisted upward, through the Gorge of Gondo, savage and grand beyond description, with smooth-fronted precipices, rising up on either hand, and almost meeting overhead.
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It was a Friday afternoon, and as I went into the smudgy little office I saw a gentleman with a small brown bag emerging from another room.
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Emerging presently at the back of the Madeleine, we paused for a moment to admire the noble building by moonlight; then struck across the Marche aux Fleurs and took our way along the Boulevard. "Are you tired, Damon?" said Dalrymple presently.
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Evidently Delos, the capital city of the planet New Delos, was but slowly emerging from the chaos that had taken over on the assassination.
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Instead of sending the cab straight down Fifth Avenue, to Broadway, to Barclay Street, he sent it down Sixth, and thence through Greenwich Village, emerging at West Street at its junction with Christopher, and then the inevitable happened.
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Examples of Emerging

Example #1
When the horse chose a road, the driver urged him on.
Example #2
The largest congregation of the Summer had gathered.
Example #3
Then began to follow a decided tendency to languor; after this one was liable to sudden attacks of bowel troubles.
Example #4
They never encountered as deadly a heat, nor a more pernicious climate, in Cuba nor in Porto Rico, than that of southern Florida.
Example #5
The Impressionists had been occupied with other problems, they had painted man admirably, but they had troubled themselves as little as the English portrait painters of the eighteenth century with the intention of his soul.
Example #6
What he had to say was confused, halting, and verbose; but Philip knew the words which served as the text of his rambling discourse.