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emanate
used in Middlemarch

2 uses
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Definition
to come from; or to send out (emit)
  • But in my judgment it behoves us, as Directors, to consider whether we will regard it as our whole business to carry out propositions emanating from a single quarter.
    Book 2 — Old and Young (59% in)
  • Mr. Hackbutt, whose fluent speech was at that time floating more widely than usual, and leaving much uncertainty as to its ultimate channel, was heard to say in Mr. Hawley's office that the article in question "emanated" from Brooke of Tipton, and that Brooke had secretly bought the "Pioneer" some months ago.
    Book 4 — Three Love Problems (34% in)

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