emergence

[ ih-mur-juh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF emergence

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It was rather the emergence from narrow channels to an open sea.

I need not detail the aftermath of our emergence from the atom.

They received orders not to fire upon the savages under any emergence.

La Salle instantly called all his force to arms, that he might be prepared for any emergence.

From here to the river's emergence from the park the fishing is not crude.

The seed is still underground, and the moment of emergence has not come.

Thus they prepared for the greatest adventure of all—the emergence.

Did Beauty, for instance, resent her Beast's emergence into a Prince?

I had hoped to make my emergence by that path which came inside the royal pyramid.

Then the rupture of the crust and the emergence of the nuclei of continents.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, "unforeseen occurrence," from French émergence, from emerger, from Latin emergere (see emerge). Meaning "an emerging" is from 1704.

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