Antonyms for emanates

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They shall give me that which properly they cannot give, but which emanates from them.

The quivering vitality that emanates from his pictures is thrilling.

That which emanates from this intensity of action is calm, is harmony, and harmony is rest.

Here, you and I will sign it, to show from whom it emanates.

They scorn authority, except what emanates from themselves, and have but few nobility.

From the same source there emanates another idea in competitions.

Socialism, like the old policy from which it emanates, confounds Government and society.

Herein lies the abnormal vitality that emanates from these pictures.

The only true reformation is that which emanates from the word of God.

Spitalfields silk is as English as the dark and tortuous lanes from which it emanates.

WORD ORIGIN

1680s, from Latin emanatus, past participle of emanare (see emanation). Related: Emanated; emanating.