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emerge
used in True Believer by Sparks

8 uses
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Definition
to come out, or to appear
  • A moment later, a woman whom he assumed was Doris emerged.
    Chapter Three (8% in)
  • He'd never been seriously injured, he had an active social life, and he'd emerged from childhood without the sort of psychological trauma that seemed to afflict so many of his age.
    Chapter Two (13% in)
  • Neither was particularly hungry, so Lexie directed Jeremy to a small grocery store, and they emerged a few minutes later with a box of crackers, some fresh fruit, various kinds of cheese, and two bottles of Snapple.
    Chapter Seven (25% in)
  • She disappeared into the back, and a minute later, Doris emerged, wiping her hands on her apron.
    Chapter Twelve (60% in)
  • Mayor Gherkin, bundled in a heavy jacket and scarf, emerged from the car.
    Chapter Nineteen (21% in)
  • She emerged from the car looking much the same as she did the first time he'd seen her, her violet eyes unreadable even as she met his gaze.
    Chapter Nineteen (55% in)
  • He drew a long breath and stepped out into the hallway, meeting the deliveryman as he emerged from the stairwell.
    Chapter Twenty-one (55% in)
  • One of the elderly volunteers was emerging with an armful of books, and her eyes lit up when she saw him approaching.
    Chapter Twenty-two (58% in)

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