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emanating

[ em-uh-ney-ting ]
/ ˈɛm əˌneɪ tɪŋ /
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adjective
sent, proceeding, or flowing from or as if from a source (sometimes used in combination): Approvals for the purchase of radioactive materials and radiation-emanating equipment must be received in advance.The photographer’s currently running solo exhibition revolves around the emanating mystery of exotic spaces.
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Origin of emanating

OTHER WORDS FROM emanating

non·em·a·nat·ing, adjective
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