use emanating in a sentence.
There's still evil at Microsoft, but it reportedly has turned inward, emanating from HR.
Simple answer: The eagles refused to fly towards Mordor while it was emanating Sauron's unnatural aura.
I disapprove of the smelly green lines that will constantly be emanating from riders of this new device.
I just imagine a pinprick of light emanating from a point.
I find off-white a little easier to read, but the sheer amount of light emanating from a large screen anywhere near white irritates my eyes more so than the strain of reading slightly fuzzy fonts.
Possibly even worse than the f_c_book stench now emanating from comments on most any TechCrunch topic ...
It's a pity the size of a country does not represent the absolute volume of tweets emanating from that country.
It would probably be pretty easy to kill the EM emanating from the keyboard.