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emergent

[ ih-mur-juh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emergent

Synonyms for emergent

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

  • declining
  • dependent
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMERGENT

The former is again divided into "antecedent," "emergent," and "absolute."

But that was not the Emergent Moment of which I would speak.

The Angle which the emergent Rays contained, with the incident 45 deg.

It is the first comprehensive review of emergent relief work following great disasters.

The Polynesians met this emergent danger with various expedients of activity and prevention.

Emergent is the correlation of core hammerstones and the presence of manos and metates.

Britain is an emergent mass of land rising from a submarine platform that attaches it to the Continent of Europe.

Upon this plain fact the people of the emergent New Republic will unhesitatingly go.

Emergent plans, both as to relief and medical or other care should, of course, be prompt and adequate.

Why do we here desire the flower of some emergent feeling to grow from the air, or from the soil, or from humanity to greet us?

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Latin emergentem (nominative emergens), present participle of emergere (see emerge).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EMERGENT

infant/infantile

adjectivevery young
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