offset, ontogeny, take, growing, withdrawal, emersion, upshot, issue, publication, development, process, issuing, loom, exit, proceeds, appendage, topic, egress, emerge, return, progeny, evolution, branch, military issue, expiry, outlet, ontogenesis, resurface, outgrowth, matter, reappear, increment, takings, offshoot, finish, closure, ending, event, government issue, increase, flash, growth, emanation, way out, conclusion, effect, end, passing, take shape, egression, outcome, offspring, yield, subject, rear its (ugly) head, consequence, completion, number, close, result, payoff, appear, maturation
beginning (part of speech: noun)
earliness, origin, inception, babyhood, dawn, introduction, conception, hatching, derivation, infancy, prelude, Genesis, source, precursor, birth, nascency, embryo, nativity, beginning, start, sprout, preparation, stem, inauguration, cradle, commencement, creation, spring
biblical revelation (part of speech: noun)
discovery, inspiration, apotheosis, oracle, prophecy, issuance, disclosure, gospel, revelation, apparition, epiphany, manifestation, revealment, coming, materialization, vision, appearance, apocalypse, evidence
- The logic of the fact is perfect, and Gabriel's emergence from the quiet of his retreat inevitably follows from the nature of the agitator as the logic of his own past and has the approval at least of the perrero and the allegiance of the rest. - "The Shadow of the Cathedral", Vicente Blasco Ibañez.
- It is the truth that the emergence of anything great and beautiful in human character and achievement is the work of the divine spirit operating within human limitations. - "The New Theology", R. J. Campbell.
- It was like an emergence from cramped confines to wide, inspiring spaces. - "The Emigrant Trail", Geraldine Bonner.