Definition of emit:
happen, blow over, die, emanate, verbalise, unwrap, rest, irradiate, fleet, exhale, expend, break, release, respire, mouth, gush, come about, launch, cast, extrude, take a breather, loose, fade, conk out, give way, express, run out, shoot, give, take place, catch one's breath, give tongue to, give out, fling, disclose, distribute, let on, take a breath, discover, let loose, transmit, bring out, broadcast, beam, expel, propel, sling, give forth, spit, pass, dart, spurt, let out, hap, void, forward, expose, issue, talk, expectorate, utter, reveal, give away, throw off, move, extrude, impel, unleash, give off, delegate, squirt, blow, radiate, despatch, break down, project, ooze, breathe, pass off, hand out, drive, hurl, cast out, go on, go, throw up, evanesce, let off, send, pass out, divulge, go bad, suspire, fall out, verbalize, widen, send forth, perspire, depute, lance, throw out, throw, occur, free, fail, dismiss, slop over.
- discharge (part of speech: verb)
reject (part of speech: verb)
- voice (part of speech: verb)
- excrete (part of speech: verb)
If I speak merely of the marvellous baptistery, it is doubtless not because the other parts were not equally worthy of my wonder, but because I would not have even an enemy miss the music of the singing doors, mighty valves of bronze which, when they turn upon their hinges, emit a murmur of grief or a moan of remorse for whatever heathen uses they once served the wicked Caracalla at his baths.- "Roman Holidays and Others", W. D. Howells.
The leaves of this beautiful tree, when pressed, emit a strong aromatic smell; and a very curious property ascribed to it by the more ignorant people of the mountains will be illustrated by the dialogue which follows:- " Let us pass the night here," said Don Pablo, halting, and addressing himself to Guapo.- "Popular Adventure Tales", Mayne Reid.
- "Studies in Forensic Psychiatry", Bernard Glueck.