verb (used with object), e·mit·ted, e·mit·ting.
Origin of emit
Examples from the Web for emits
She crinkles her brow and then, on cue, she emits a keening howl.
It emits nationalist noises against the United States and Israel, downgrading co-operation with former partners.
Any risk comes not from the phone itself, of course, but from the radio waves it emits.
This gland, which emits an aromatic odour, is found in all Canidae, with possibly the exception of Lycaon pictus.
Its powder is a light red, and emits an argillaceous odor when wetted.
There are eight springs, one of which is hot, and emits a blue flame from its surface.An Account of The Kingdom of Nepal|Fancis Buchanan Hamilton
By two loops from the centre of its body it emits the Filari described by Carter in immense numbers.Parasites|T. Spencer Cobbold
However it is first-rate for firewood, giving a better light than other woods, and the perfume it emits is disliked by mosquitoes.Journal of Landsborough's Expedition from Carpentaria|William Landsborough