To come or send forth, as from a source: light that emanated from a lamp; a stove that emanated a steady heat. See Synonyms at stem1.(verb-transitive)
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Use "emanate" in a sentence
"Stay tuned as ever-sleazier attacks on Richard Colvin emanate from the PMO."
"How nice it is to hear a voice of sanity and intelligence emanate from the Republican party."
"The central tension of her work, and what has made it such a success, is that her ideas, launched at women who desire to gain or maintain position in the middle-middle class, emanate from the sort of person who gives that group the deepest and most reflexive shudder of all: pee-on-the-side-of-the-road white trash."