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emit

something (from something) (into something) to discharge something from something into something else. The snake emitted poison from its fangs into the cup the man held. It emitted venom into the cup from its fangs.
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As he passed through the boat that had been occupied by Thurid and the therns he emitted a single low growl, and when he came beside me upon the ledge and my hand rested upon his neck I felt his short mane bristling with anger.
It was approaching through the jungle in a semi-erect position, now and then placing the backs of its closed fists upon the ground--a great anthropoid ape, and, as it advanced, it emitted deep guttural growls and an occasional low barking sound.
The face, especially the eyes, become terribly disfigured, convulsions seize the limbs, a terrible cry breaks from the sufferer, a wail from which everything human seems to be blotted out, so that it is impossible to believe that the man who has just fallen is the same who emitted the dreadful cry.
For a long time Bert could not imagine what these callously active offices could be, then he detected the noise of the presses and emitted his "Gaw
As it sighted the Sagoths it emitted a most frightful roar, and with open mouth charged full upon them.
When he arrived there he found the noise was emitted by a boy who was not sick.
He plumped down on his bob tail, lifted golden muzzle skyward, and emitted a long puppy-wail of dismay and grief.
Every little while she emitted a low growl, and at times, when it seemed to her he approached too near, the growl shot up in her throat to a sharp snarl.
Lady Lundie emitted a faint scream, and put her hand over her eyes.
Lady Lundie emitted another scream--a loud scream this time--and closed her eyes in horror.
He had a tolerable knack of fiddling, which all appreciated save the First Mate, who sprang from the sofa as if he had been shot, emitted a shriek of protest, and fled wildly up the stairs.
Smith emitted a sort of bitter chuckle and said: "Jonah
It was a heathen Voice, and contented itself with vain repetitions of exclamations emitted by the waitresses concerning food.
Now and again the dog emitted the vari-colored light-flashes I have mentioned.
The next moment, close to the net, I saw a ball rebound in mid-air and empty space, and at the same instant, a score of feet away, Paul Tichlorne emitted a rainbow flash.