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emerge
used in 1984 by Orwell

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Definition
to come out, or to appear
  • Finally they had emerged into a noisy, crowded place which he had realized to be a Tube station.
    p. 33.1
  • At the same instant a man in a concertina-like black suit, who had emerged from a side alley, ran towards Winston, pointing excitedly to the sky.
    p. 83.9
  • The third, Eastasia, only emerged as a distinct unit after another decade of confused fighting.
    p. 185.5
  • It was only after a decade of national wars, civil wars, revolutions, and counter-revolutions in all parts of the world that Ingsoc and its rivals emerged as fully worked-out political theories.
    p. 205.1
  • But they had been foreshadowed by the various systems, generally called totalitarian, which had appeared earlier in the century, and the main outlines of the world which would emerge from the prevailing chaos had long been obvious.
    p. 205.2
  • As the young officer entered and stepped aside, there emerged from behind him a short stumpy guard with enormous arms and shoulders.
    p. 235.7
  • From behind him there emerged a broad-chested guard with a long black truncheon in his hand.
    p. 238.9
  • You must know all the while that it is there, but until it is needed you must never let it emerge into your consciousness in any shape that could be given a name.
    p. 281.1

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