Synonyms & Antonyms : Emit





Emit



( Verb )


A volcano
emits smoke and ashes.

Synonyms:

Breathe forth

Cast out

Diffuse

Discharge

Eject

Emanate

Exhale

Exude

Give out

Give

Vent to

Issue

Radiate

Send forth

Send out

Throw out

Transmit

Contextual Examples:

Social planning has led to greater equality and a more
diffused prosperity.

The accused man was found not guilty and hence
discharged.

Police
ejected a number of violent protesters from the Rallis ground.

Delicious smells are
emanated from the kitchen.

We inhale oxygen and
exhale carbon dioxide.

After a month, their food supplies
gave out.

The police have
issued an appeal for witnesses to the accident.

Antonyms:

Absorb

Assimilate

Consume

Devour

Digest

Drink in

Incorporate

Ingest

Receive

Soak up

Such up

Take in

Contextual Examples:

Aspirin is quickly
absorbed by the body.

Children need to be given time to
assimilate what they have been taught.

The fire quickly
consumed the wooden hall.

In not time at all they had
devoured the entire loaf.

He stood
drinking in the beauty of the landscape.




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