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synonyms for emergent

  • appearing
  • budding
  • coming
  • developing
  • efflorescent
  • emanant
  • emanating
  • issuing forth
  • outgoing
  • rising
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antonyms for emergent

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  • declining
  • dependent
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How to use emergent in a sentence

Throughout the year, with cases staying stubbornly high, doctors warned about the consequences of non-Covid-19 patients were postponing care for chronic or emergent conditions.
FLATTENING THE CURVE WORKED — UNTIL IT DIDN’TDYLAN SCOTTDECEMBER 31, 2020VOX
Readily available digital technologies can be used to provide local and remote computing power, enable information retrieval and analysis, and disseminate emergent knowledge.
DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES WILL HELP BUILD RESILIENT COMMUNITIES AFTER THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICYOLANDE E. CHANSEPTEMBER 30, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
In this approach, quantum mechanics is emergent from a deterministic hidden-variables model which acknowledges that everything in the universe is connected with everything else.
YOUR GUIDE TO THE MANY MEANINGS OF QUANTUM MECHANICS - FACTS SO ROMANTICSABINE HOSSENFELDERSEPTEMBER 3, 2020NAUTILUS
Names like that emerge in the wave of secondary scholarship reacting to a new idea, and emergent names aren’t always bad.
WHY MATHEMATICIANS SHOULD STOP NAMING THINGS AFTER EACH OTHER - ISSUE 89: THE DARK SIDELAURA BALLSEPTEMBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
To that end, the call to Crusades was possibly an intentional measure taken by the Pope with the aim to politically unite the Eastern Orthodox church with the emergent Catholic church of Europe.
HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES: ORIGINS, POLITICS, AND CRUSADERSDATTATREYA MANDALMARCH 23, 2020REALM OF HISTORY
Britain is an emergent mass of land rising from a submarine platform that attaches it to the Continent of Europe.
THE CORNWALL COASTARTHUR L. SALMON
She was to act in the same manner if emergent cases required a prompt decision.
THE REVOLT OF THE NETHERLANDS, COMPLETEFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
Notopodia reduced to small lobes at base of neuropodia above, these lobes smooth, bearing no emergent setae in the type.
JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY, VOL. 11. NO. 1.VARIOUS
So the burden of national crises is squarely upon the dominant classes who fight so foolishly against the emergent ones.
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
What if diabolic shapes lurked there, ready to become stealthily emergent?
THE HISTORY OF SIR RICHARD CALMADYLUCAS MALET
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WORDS RELATED TO EMERGENT

  • baby
  • babyish
  • callow
  • childish
  • childlike
  • dawning
  • developing
  • early
  • emergent
  • green
  • growing
  • immature
  • infantine
  • initial
  • juvenile
  • kid
  • naive
  • nascent
  • newborn
  • puerile
  • tender
  • unfledged
  • unripe
  • weak
  • youthful
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