Examples of emergence in a Sentence
the emergence of the Internet as an important means of communication
the economy's emergence from a recession
Recent Examples of emergence from the Web
Museum visitors follow Katniss Everdeen's journey from her humble beginnings in District 12 to her emergence as the Mockingjay, according to the site.
Penny may have had the quietest 1,000-yard rushing season ever a year ago, so his emergence from Pumphrey’s shadow will be something to see.
His emergence at that position has allowed former safety Nigel Lawrence to move to cornerback, where the Jaguars have little experienced depth.
The latest development has been the emergence of powerful synthetic opiates like fentanyl, which are sometimes mixed with heroin with fatal consequences for unsuspecting users.
The best-case scenario, of course, is that Floyd experiences a major emergence in his second season.
The only thing less jarring than the tangled inter-family power matrix is the emergence of a scandal that threatens to sink the whole lot.
Reggaeton’s emergence in Latin America and subsequent ascent to a global stage were tense and, at times, unlikely.
What is most notable about Weber Shandwick’s emergence on the scene, Hanna and other longtime Egypt-watchers say, is its decision to work directly with Egyptian intelligence.
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First Known Use of emergence
EMERGENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of emergence for English Language Learners
: the act of becoming known or coming into view : the act of emerging
medical Definition of emergence
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