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
Capel, who also works at basketball camps in the summer (including one in Graham’s hometown of Raleigh), says there’s a bigger lesson to be learned from the guard’s emergence.
Lazarus, motivated by the emergence of supermarkets, restructured to offer more products where people could shop with carts.
But that assumes a return to form by Olympian Ariana Washington in the sprints and the re-emergence of Katie Rainsberger and Brooke Feldmeier.
Her work has been validated in the last 10 years with the emergence of statistics showing how widespread and damaging developmental trauma is to large swaths of the nation's population.
For all the pressures imposed by China’s emergence, lifting millions of people out of poverty is not to be sniffed at.
Does Josh Jackson’s emergence change T.J. Warren’s role next season?
And it was shaped by the emergence of #MeToo, Time’s Up, black-gown politics, arm-candy activism and a national conversation, as brief and mad as a fever dream, about whether there ought to be a President Winfrey.
Okafor was the third overall pick in the 2015 draft, but got crowded out of the Sixers’ plans, particularly by the emergence of big man Joel Embiid.
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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
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