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Synonyms for emerge

Synonyms for emerge

to come into view

to begin to appear or develop

Synonyms for emerge

come out into view, as from concealment

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become known or apparent

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come up to the surface of or rise

happen or occur as a result of something

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The foremost Rhodesians saw something else--they saw a huge German officer emerge from a dugout just in rear of the ape-man.
There is the "Sea of Serenity," over which the young girl bends; "The Lake of Dreams," reflecting a joyous future; "The Sea of Nectar," with its waves of tenderness and breezes of love; "The Sea of Fruitfulness;" "The Sea of Crises;" then the "Sea of Vapors," whose dimensions are perhaps a little too confined; and lastly, that vast "Sea of Tranquillity," in which every false passion, every useless dream, every unsatisfied desire is at length absorbed, and whose waves emerge peacefully into the "Lake of Death
I had learned to look more closely at life as it was lived, to recognize that there were such things as facts in the world, to emerge from the realm of mind and idea and to place certain values on the concrete and objective phases of existence.
Also do I like to tickle him with a wax-taper, that he may finally let the heavens emerge from ashy-grey twilight.
Twice or thrice they emerge into level, low-arched galleries, whence they can look down into the moon-lit nave; and where Durdles, waving his lantern, waves the dim angels' heads upon the corbels of the roof, seeming to watch their progress.
Durdles complies, not over-steadily; opens the door at the top of the steps with the key he has already used; and so emerges on the Cathedral level, in a passage at the side of the chancel.
Emerge folded in 2000 after a 10-year run to the dismay of consumers of its monthly take-no-prisoners coverage of the African Diaspora.
It is difficult to imagine how an insolvent debtor could successfully negotiate a reorganization plan and have that plan approved by the court without the parties-in-interest knowing the value of the company expected to emerge from chapter 11.