emit[ ih-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF emit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMIT
Glory leaped up from the table and her eyes seemed to emit fire.
And Mr Powell, flattered and embarrassed, could but emit a vague murmur of protest.
Mrs. Hermann would glance at me quickly, emit slight "Ach's!"
And Mr. Powell, flattered and embarrassed, could but emit a vague murmur of protest.
Like the Fox Snake it will emit an unpleasant odor when caught.
Vorongil seemed to emit sparks as he barked at Ringg, "You found it?"
He pulled her feet to the fire, which now began to emit some faint heat.
With equal propriety might these gentlemen have asserted that flints would not emit fire in Italy.
It is really a wonder how any human being can live, and emit all the time a stream of such overwhelming and uninterrupted stench!
The stone, it was found, did emit a hollow sound as though it covered an opening.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EMIT
- get under way
- give off
- hurry off
- let fly
- put out
- rush off