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emerge
used in Howards End

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Definition
to come out, or to appear
  • A bearded porter emerged with the parcel in one hand and an entry book in the other.
    Chapter 3 (44% in)
  • Emerging, he said in quieter tones: "This station's abominably organised; if I had my way, the whole lot of 'em should get the sack.
    Chapter 3 (37% in)
  • It was his hope that the clouds of materialism obscuring the Fatherland would part in time, and the mild intellectual light re-emerge.
    Chapter 4 (76% in)
  • When supper was ready—and not before—she emerged from the bedroom, saying: "But you do love me, don't you?"
    Chapter 6 (84% in)
  • Leonard was driven straight through its torments and emerged pure, but enfeebled—a better man, who would never lose control of himself again, but also a smaller man, who had less to control.
    Chapter 41 (8% in)
  • CHAPTER XLIII Out of the turmoil and horror that had begun with Aunt Juley's illness and was not even to end with Leonard's death, it seemed impossible to Margaret that healthy life should re-emerge.
    Chapter 43 (2% in)
  • Alas! that Henry should fade away as reality emerged, and only her love for him should remain clear, stamped with his image like the cameos we rescue out of dreams.
    Chapter 43 (54% in)

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