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Synonyms for emanate

proceed or issue forth, as from a source

give out (breath or an odor)

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But unseen voices may emanate from unseen and unseeable creatures who wield invisible blades," answered the green warrior.
From an incorrigible heathen, with a heart as black as his practices, Ra Vatu was beginning to emanate light.
The sounds seemed to emanate from the apartments of the Walsh family.
Supposing it confined within reasonable limits, I would always encourage this kind of pride, as a worthy element of self- respect, in any person I employed; and should no more be deterred from doing so, because some wretched female referred her fall to a love of dress, than I would allow my construction of the real intent and meaning of the Sabbath to be influenced by any warning to the well-disposed, founded on his backslidings on that particular day, which might emanate from the rather doubtful authority of a murderer in Newgate.
But the great attraction was a pamphlet called The Thunderer, which espoused their own opinions, and was supposed at that time to emanate directly from the Association.
But there's something else out there that not a whole lot of people know about: a P-15 missile that emanates the same clouds of orange smoke.
won the Cold War not only through its military might but the often forgotten ``soft power'' that emanates from upholding our values.
172 also provides that the year from which the loss emanates does not change.
As Gellner (1977) has pointed out, patron-clientelism thrives in contexts of transition in which the state, unable to emancipate itself from society, is penetrated by an ever widening, complex, and centralizing series of patron-client networks whose particularistic logic co-exists with and often predominates over the more universalist logic that emanates from states, markets, and civil societies.
Radon, which emanates from soil, water and rock, often builds up in homes aftering entering through cracks in basement floors (SN:9/18/82, p.