emanate[ em-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emanate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMANATE
Honour will emanate from the people and be reflected upon the leaders.
Some of that power ought to emanate from him with every pill and drug which he prescribes.
To them matter is as insoluble as the transforming forces which emanate from it.
He said that the doctrine that all powers should emanate from the people is not a question of expediency.
The sounds seemed to emanate from the apartments of the Walsh family.
I respect them because they are just, because they emanate from your will, which is the most sacred law for me.
How does a bird produce the melodious notes that emanate from his throat?
No, this last degradation could emanate only from one who has the soul of a servant.
He is judge and executor of laws which emanate solely from himself.
The powers that emanate from the glittering wonder are as terrible as they are unnatural.