Examples of radiate in a Sentence
The pain was radiating down my arm.
The sun radiates heat and light.
Heat radiates from the sun.
Recent Examples of radiate from the Web
Most of the heat radiated by objects on Earth is absorbed by greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and re-emitted back to the surface.
On shipboard, Jay radiates the same unexpected charm that had captivated the Bard students.
Big Star, Andrew Bird, Afghan Whigs, The Velvet Underground, deep cuts from David Bowie and local acts radiated from the studio over the years.
Despite their dark surroundings, these scenes between Jamie and Murtagh radiate warmth and comfort.
Rome is not the only significant center from which the gospel radiates.
Beltran isn't the first athlete to start a fundraising campaign for the country, and support for the nation has been radiating across social media and fundraising pages.
Finally, a cloud cuts over the sun and the warmth just radiates from the thawing asphalt.
And everywhere the spirit of Gene Bartow radiated with pride.
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Origin and Etymology of radiate
First Known Use: circa 1619See Words from the same year
Synonymsbranch, fan (out), ray
Antonymsconcentrate, converge, focus, funnel, meet
Related Wordsdiffuse, dispel, disperse, dissipate; fork, stem; diverge, divide, part, ramify, separate, split, uncouple, unlink, unyoke; scatter, splay, spread; arise, derive, emanate, flow, issue, proceed, spring
Near Antonymsapproach, close in (on), near; center (on), centralize; connect, couple, join, link, unite
First Known Use of radiate
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Definition of radiate for Students
- Light radiates from shining bodies.
- Spokes radiate from the center of the wheel.
- Word radiated that Royce McNabb had sent Ina-Rae Gage a valentine.
- —Richard Peck, A Year Down Yonder
- She radiates confidence.
medical Definition of radiate
- back pain radiating to both upper legs
- —Tony Miksanek
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