emerge

Part of speech: verb

To rise, as from a fluid; come forth; come into view.

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Usage examples "emerge":

  1. What needs to be done if design is to be established is to prove that the forces we see at work could not have produced the results that emerge without the introduction of a factor not already given in our experience. - "A Grammar of Freethought", Chapman Cohen.
  2. The " social questions" which have been " discussed in our time" increase in importance in the degree that we emerge from the realm of absolute monarchy. - "Selected Essays", Karl Marx.
  3. As he was about to enter the woods at the base of the mountains, he saw a horse emerge from the trees, and come toward him at a rapid gallop. - "Frank Among The Rancheros", Harry Castlemon.