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Definition of Emanate

Emanate

  1. To issue forth from a source; to flow out from more or less constantly; as, fragrance emanates from flowers.
  2. To proceed from, as a source or fountain; to take origin; to arise, to originate.
  3. Issuing forth; emanant.

Emanate Quotations

I wasn't exposed to art as I was growing up, and can't recall the first time I saw a work of art. However, I remember very clearly a vision I had of a little green reindeer when I was a child, and visions emanate from the same mythical area where painting resides. Whatever the reason, I immediately felt comfortable working with visual materials.
William S. Burroughs

Black Consciousness is an attitude of the mind and a way of life, the most positive call to emanate from the black world for a long time.
Steven Biko

The most powerful political voices are those with a different way of seeing and processing the world and the sounds that emanate from it.
Saul Williams

All of the factors that make up a quality city - safe streets, high paying jobs, strong neighborhoods, etc. - emanate from a strong educational premise.
Alan Autry

The incredible cinematography makes 'A Walk to Beautiful' almost like a poem; there is a tenderness on display that seems to emanate from the camera. There is also great sensitivity to the women whose stories are being told - never did I have a sense of the subjects being exploited.
Abraham Verghese
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Emanate Translations

emanate in Italian is emanare
emanate in Latin is emanio
emanate in Spanish is emanar