Definition of emnity
1. emit [ v ] have as a by-product
Examples: "The big cities gave off so many wonderful American qualities"
(Ross E. McKinney and Howard Edde, "Aerated...)
In the summer of 1960 the oxidation pond became completely septic and emitted obnoxious odors .
(Robert Penn Warren, Wilderness....)
Once covertly looking at Simms_Purdew , the only man in the world whom he hated , he had seen the heavy , slack , bestubbled jaw open and close to emit the cruel , obscene banter , and had seen the pale blue eyes go watery with whisky and merriment , and suddenly he was not seeing the face of that vile creature .Synonyms emit pass_off give_off breathe Related Terms have discharge bubble burp radiate exhale force_out emission
2. emit [ v ] give off, send forth, or discharge; as of light, heat, or radiation, vapor, etc.
Examples: "The ozone layer blocks some harmful rays which the sun emits."
(Ernest Becker, Zen: A Rational Critique. New York: W.W....)
But actually these accounts reveal the supernatural powers that the masters were in_fact supposed to possess , as_well as the extreme degree of popular credulity : `` Hwang_Pah ( O baku ) , one_day going_up Mount_Tien_Tai , which was believed to have been inhabited by Arhats with supernatural powers , met with a monk whose eyes emitted strange light .Synonyms give_out emit give_off Related Terms absorb reflect radiate radiate steam spark ray scintillate fume reek effuse shoot emission emitter
3. emit [ v ] express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words)
Examples: "She let out a big heavy sigh" "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
|Definition of emissary|
|Definition of emissary_vein|
|Definition of emission|
|Definition of emission_spectrum|
|Definition of emit|
|Definition of emit_light|
|Definition of emitter|
|Definition of emitting|
|Definition of Emling|