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occurring unexpectedly and requiring urgent action
"emergent repair of an aorta"
coming into existence
"an emergent republic"
A plant whose root system grows underwater, but whose shoot, leaves and flowers grows up and above the water.
emerging; coming into view or into existence; nascent; new.
taller than the surrounding vegetation
having leaves and flowers above the water
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from emerge.
Love made my emergent fortune once more look
Above the main, which now shall hit the stars. Ben Jonson.
The man that is once hated, both his good and his evil deeds oppress him; he is not easily emergent. Ben Jonson.
Immediately the mountains huge appear
Emergent, and their broad bare backs unheave
Into the clouds, their tops ascend the sky. John Milton, Par. Lost.
The stoicks held a fatality, and a fixed unalterable course of events; but then they held also, that they fell out by a necessity emergent from and inherent in the things themselves, which God himself could not alter. Robert South, Sermons.
All the lords declared, that, upon any emergent occasion, they would mount their servants upon their horses. Edward Hyde.
rising or emerging out of a fluid or anything that covers or conceals; issuing; coming to light
suddenly appearing; arising unexpectedly; calling for prompt action; urgent
Etymology: [L. emergens, p. pr. of emergere.]
Emergent is the second album by American progressive rock band Gordian Knot, and is the only album apart from Focus to contain all original members of Cynic.
The numerical value of Emergent in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of Emergent in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of Emergent in a Sentence
The rooms in which Aspergillus was detected have been closed and out of an abundance of caution, we are only performing emergent surgeries in the operating rooms that have advanced in-room filtration, some surgical cases may be postponed or diverted to other local hospitals.
Those individuals we know almost invariably do not have an adequate response, so the need to give them an additional boost is much more emergent than the general population.
I never once foresaw any connection between this emergent technology and my cartoons.
But we're also conveying to the public that if you've fallen and might have hurt your knee or you have a cough, things like that, that are not emergent or urgent, they should follow up with their primary care physician or go into a walk-in clinic.
Coined by climate activist Dan Bloom to capture an emergent literary genre dealing with life on Earth after it’s been ravaged by climate change, this [cli-fi] is fast becoming the most exciting and challenging subject area driving YA literature.
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