Thesaurus / radiate

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Her hair tightly tied and her focused eyes radiating passion, the Hungarian minister of justice looks and plays like a professional.
The materials are designed to emit radiation in a narrow band of the light spectrum that can slip past water molecules and other atmospheric compounds that otherwise radiate heat back toward the planet.
Our fancy chemical metabolism sheds energy as heat, radiating photons off into the environment.
Carbon dioxide molecules absorb infrared radiation, so with more of them in the atmosphere, they trap more of the heat radiating off the planet’s surface below.
Take Hoyal Cuthill’s recent work on rangeomorphs, fernlike animals that could grow to more than six feet tall, with fractal, branching fronds that radiated from a central stem attached to the seafloor.
I'd radiate like mad; I'd complain about the situation at every crossroad, at every filling station, before every farmer.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
Some radiate a feeling of energy, activity, etc., while others manifest just the reverse.
DYNAMIC THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
All souls first illuminate the sky, and radiate from it their first and purest rays; the remainder is lit up by inferior powers.
There is, however, a radiate symmetry—a five-fold arrangement of parts, though not so regular as in most echinoderms.
THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
From Lincoln also radiate the lines of five main roads, constructed, where they cross the marshes, on solid causeways.

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