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emerge
used in Tess of the d'Urbervilles

7 uses
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Definition
to come out, or to appear
  • They were all now inside the field, and she was edging back to rush off alone when a horseman emerged almost silently from the corner of the hedge that screened the road, and Alec d'Urberville looked round upon them.
    1 — The Maiden (90% in)
  • Then Mrs Crick emerged from the house, and several others of their old acquaintance, though Marian and Retty did not seem to be there.
    5 — The Woman Pays (32% in)
  • XLII It was now broad day, and she started again, emerging cautiously upon the highway.
    5 — The Woman Pays (67% in)
  • As the young lady was not fully dressed, Mrs Brooks knew that she would not emerge again for some time.
    7 — Fulfilment (42% in)
  • There was no food on the premises, but there was water, and he took advantage of the fog to emerge from the mansion and fetch tea, bread, and butter from a shop in a little place two miles beyond, as also a small tin kettle and spirit-lamp, that they might get fire without smoke.
    7 — Fulfilment (72% in)
  • They had emerged upon this road through a narrow, barred wicket in a high wall a little lower down.
    7 — Fulfilment (95% in)
  • The wicket from which the pair had lately emerged was in the wall of this structure.
    7 — Fulfilment (99% in)

There are no more uses of "emerge" in Tess of the d'Urbervilles.

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