Much of the drama that transpires towards the end of the story is due to the pure love itself, not in spite of it.
He's sitting down with Mr. Lavrov in Geneva, and we shall see what transpires.
Concord's little arch does not span all our fate, nor is what transpires under it law for the universe.
The treaty, as it transpires, is the source of general cavil.
Cara Wayne, do you promise never to reveal anything which transpires here this night?
I shall inform you at once, he went on, of everything which transpires.
It transpires that the row in the horselot Sunday was caused by this colt.
Put a little into the hollow of your hand, and see what transpires.
It certainly was not the Scandal, for as transpires in the letter, that “Great Ship” was not yet painted for the yachting season.
I love Miss Jane Tuxton, and you seen for yourselves what transpires.
1590s, "pass off in the form of a vapor or liquid," from Middle French transpirer (mid-16c.), from Latin trans- "through" (see trans-) + spirare "to breathe" (see spirit). Figurative sense of "leak out, become known" is recorded from 1741, and the erroneous meaning "take place, happen" is almost as old, being first recorded 1755. Related: Transpired; transpiring.