- to come forth into view or notice, as from concealment or obscurity: a ghost emerging from the grave; a ship emerging from the fog.
- to rise or come forth from or as if from water or other liquid.
- to come up or arise, as a question or difficulty.
- to come into existence; develop.
- to rise, as from an inferior or unfortunate state or condition.
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Even that invisible "smart set" might re-emerge from Paris or the country.Diplomatic Days
He disappeared into the big house, to re-emerge with, of all things, the coffee percolator!Tramping on Life
Reed stood uncertain until he saw the rivermen beginning to re-emerge from the brush, then followed the officer at top speed.The Riverman
Stewart Edward White
The old tensions are bound to re-emerge, this time in the employ of business interests.After the Rain
He turned from them, and ran shouting into the gatehouse, to re-emerge a moment later with half-dozen soldiers at his heels.Love-at-Arms
- to emerge or appear again; resurfaceto re-emerge as a threat
- to come up to the surface of or rise from water or other liquid
- to come into view, as from concealment or obscurityhe emerged from the cave
- (foll by from) to come out (of) or live (through a difficult experience)he emerged from his ordeal with dignity
- to become apparentseveral interesting things emerged from the report