Part of speech: noun

The act of emanating; an effluence or outflowing, as of the Divine Essence.

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Usage examples "emanation":

  1. Undoubtedly, you have the report which I managed to get through to Arpan before our radio emanation plates were put out of commission. - "The Terror from the Depths", Sewell Peaslee Wright.
  2. It was the emanation of a worthy tradition, older than ourselves, that was re- kindled and was glowing, and that would be here when we are not. - "Waiting for Daylight", Henry Major Tomlinson.
  3. The sum of the charm of the sensuous world dwells in us, is an emanation from ourselves; it is we who diffuse it, each person for himself according to his power, and we have it back again in the measure of our out- giving. - "The Story of a Child", Pierre Loti.