Definition of Emerges
1. Verb. (third-person singular of emerge) ¹
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Definition of Emerges
1. emerge [v] - See also: emerge
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Literary usage of Emerges
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1. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1916)
"The adult emerges during the latter half of June, eats its way thru this terminal twig, and feeds during its short life on the leaves of the infested tree, ..."
2. The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries by Adolf von Harnack (1908)
"... church of Carthage, which is the earliest of the great Latin churches, must have been of importance long before it emerges into the light of history. ..."
3. The Growth of British Policy: An Historical Essay by John Robert Seeley (1895)
"But who emerges victor from the strife ? Scarcely Charles II, for he must abandon the foreign policy which alone made him respectable in Europe. ..."
4. The world's wit and humor: an encyclopedia of the classic wit and humor of by Lionel Strachey (1906)
"Asmodeus emerges from the Bottle DON CLEOFAS looked around him, and much wondered he should meet with nobody in an apartment which seemed so very odd and ..."
5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"The same faith emerges in the Book of Job, first as a hope somewhat questionably expressed, and then as an assured conviction. Despairing of vindication in ..."
6. The German Socialist Party: Champion of the First Republic, 1918-1933 by William Harvey Maehl (1986)
"The "Kingmaker" emerges from the Wings In the elections of 6 November 1932, ostensibly public opinion was beginning to tire of Nazism. ..."
7. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1887)
"... narrow, dimly lighted passageway, ending in a winding stair; and when the visitor, emerges upon the central platform, his eye, having adjusted itself to ..."