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emerge
used in The 100

7 uses
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Definition
to come out, or to appear
  • "You can breathe normally," Clarke told her, looking around to see if Thalia had emerged yet.
    p. 47.9
  • She became vaguely aware of voices behind her and turned to see a few of the others emerge from the dropship.
    p. 47.2
  • Just then, Clarke emerged from the infirmary tent and walked toward the campfire, her eyes skimming the circle as she searched for a spot.
    p. 137.2
  • Clarke held her breath as an animal emerged, small and brown with long, tapered ears that flicked back and forth.
    p. 157.5
  • Not even her loosest clothes could mask the bump that had emerged with alarming suddenness.
    p. 236.9
  • Clarke closed her eyes, though she was afraid of the images that she knew would emerge from the shadows.
    p. 255.9
  • For a moment, his vision was filled with flames and shadows, but then shapes began to emerge.
    p. 277.7

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