Sam Pardee came out of his abstraction long enough to emit a roar of laughter and an unsatisfactory explanation.
And Mr Powell, flattered and embarrassed, could but emit a vague murmur of protest.
Not being provided with lungs, fishes have no voice, but several can emit grunting sounds.
And Mr. Powell, flattered and embarrassed, could but emit a vague murmur of protest.
The two electric opposites meet, and emit that flash of summer lightning.
Like the Fox Snake it will emit an unpleasant odor when caught.
They emit poisoned astral currents, from which none are safe but those who are in the positive condition of perfect moral health.
Vorongil seemed to emit sparks as he barked at Ringg, "You found it?"
He pulled her feet to the fire, which now began to emit some faint heat.
With equal propriety might these gentlemen have asserted that flints would not emit fire in Italy.
emit 1623, from L. emittere "send forth," from ex- "out" + mittere "to send."