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verb. ['ɪˈmɝːdʒ, ˈiːmɝdʒ'] come out into view, as from concealment.
Rhymes with Emerge
How do you pronounce emerge?
Pronounce emerge as ˈimərʤ.
US - How to pronounce emerge in American English
UK - How to pronounce emerge in British English
Sentences with emerge
1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
The strap-like leaves emerge at ground level and the flowers grow upward from the center on nearly equal stalks.
2. Noun, singular or mass
The larvae eat the cicadas, spend winter in the nests and emerge as adults the next spring.
3. Verb, base form
Beans take eight to 10 days to emerge while corn emerges in four to seven days.
Quotes about emerge
1. Good art is art that allows you to enter it from a variety of angles and to emerge with a variety of views.
- Mary Schmich
2. After spending 460 days as a hostage, I did emerge a fundamentally changed person. But I think, like everyone does as they grow older and probably wiser, I can look back at my earlier life - my history, my mistakes, the joy I felt as a young woman traveling the world - with some objectivity and even some humor.
- Amanda Lindhout
3. The phoenix must burn to emerge.
- Janet Fitch, White Oleander
verb. appear again.
- ground stroke
verb. ['ɪˈmɝːdʒ, ˈiːmɝdʒ'] come out of.
- pop out
- come forth
- come out
- go forth
- fall out
- lend oneself
verb. ['ɪˈmɝːdʒ, ˈiːmɝdʒ'] become known or apparent.
verb. ['ɪˈmɝːdʒ, ˈiːmɝdʒ'] come up to the surface of or rise.
- come up
- rise up
verb. ['ɪˈmɝːdʒ, ˈiːmɝdʒ'] happen or occur as a result of something.
- come forth
- spring up