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Definition of "emanations" []

  • Plural form of emanation. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "emanations" in a sentence
  • "The alien host, the spongy nebulae, the zip and twang of the photon torpedo, the bluster of the starship captain at his bridge — these, according to Hubbard, were not the idle tropes of pulp-fictioneers and drugged-up sci-fi hacks but the stuff of deepest prehistory, somber emanations from the memory of the species."
  • "Some of Erickson's buildings have the grim, stolid blankness of brutalism, but others, especially the well-sited ones that have gathered a cloak of greenery, feel primitive in a good way, magical emanations from the earth."
  • "So a Contitutionally-unenumerated right to privacy results in emanations and penumbras from the Constitution that allows third trimester partial birth abortions, and restricts laws against sodomy and makes birth control a subject for strict scrutiny of legislation limiting its availability."