This was a serious mistake,” he explained, “emanating from a bad joke.
Americans are kept talking about the “threat” emanating from that country [Iran].
John F. Kennedy confronted anti-Catholic bigotry in the 1960 campaign, much of it emanating from Southern churches.
His dresses were worn by Hollywood stars and first ladies, emanating glamour and sophistication.
Only the advancement of liberal democracy could serve as an antidote to the noxious strains of Islamism emanating from the region.
Art marked by individual spontaneity, emanating from the ego of the artificer, refuses to be levelled down into a class.
Suspect the message as bogus and emanating from Y. M. See Furneaux.
This is “the glorious gospel of the blessed God;” emanating from his spirit, and conducting to his kingdom.
The chief executes the will of the people, emanating from a council composed of elders.
emanating from the heart, his plaintive strains go straight to the head.