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emerge
used in Turtles All the Way Down

7 uses
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Definition
to come out, or to appear
  • I emerged from the basement to find the dying light of the day shining through the windows, making the white walls look a little pink.
    p. 181.0
  • A reticulated chrome walkway emerged from the pool's edge and arched over the water to reach the island.
    p. 35.5
  • Daisy and I stayed near the entryway while Malik darted around and finally emerged with a large lizard, maybe two feet long and three inches tall.
    p. 35.9
  • Mom asked when I emerged from my room.
    p. 94.3
  • I trust that Russell is both legally and biologically living, but I know he is legally alive because Indiana law considers an individual alive until either biological evidence of their death emerges or seven years pass from the last evidence of life.
    p. 127.4
  • I pulled on sweatpants and an old T-shirt of my mom's, and emerged from the bathroom, where Mom was waiting for me.
    p. 159.6
  • And single-celled life emerged in the oceans, and then over billions of years, life got more abundant and complex, until two hundred fifty thousand or so years ago, humans evolved, and we started using more advanced tools, and then eventually built spaceships and everything.
    p. 245.0

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