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used in The House of the Seven Gables

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to come out, or to appear
  • After arranging matters to her satisfaction, Phoebe emerged from her chamber, with a purpose to descend again into the garden.
    Chapter 5 — May and November (18% in)
  • Turning quickly, she was surprised at sight of a young man, who had found access into the garden by a door opening out of another gable than that whence she had emerged.
    Chapter 6 — Maule's Well (37% in)
  • In the morning, very shortly after breakfast, it was Clifford's custom to fall asleep in his chair; nor, unless accidentally disturbed, would he emerge from a dense cloud of slumber or the thinner mists that flitted to and fro, until well towards noonday.
    Chapter 9 — Clifford and Phoebe (96% in)
  • He needed a shock; or perhaps he required to take a deep, deep plunge into the ocean of human life, and to sink down and be covered by its profoundness, and then to emerge, sobered, invigorated, restored to the world and to himself.
    Chapter 11 — The Arched Window (58% in)
  • Had Clifford, every time that he emerged out of dreams so lifelike, undergone the torture of transformation from a boy into an old and broken man, the daily recurrence of the shock would have been too much to bear.
    Chapter 11 — The Arched Window (86% in)
  • At this instant, on the threshold of the parlor, emerging from within, appeared Clifford himself!
    Chapter 16 — Clifford's Chamber (76% in)
  • We breathe more freely, emerging from Judge Pyncheon's presence into the street before the Seven Gables.
    Chapter 18 — Governor Pyncheon (**% in)

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