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- v. To emit or release something.
- v. To give off an emanation.
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- v. give out (breath or an odor)
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Her pale face seemed to give forth moonlight, and its habitual expression was much like that of a Sister of Charity.
A rather hard-featured man, tall and strong set, with a pair of small eyes that did not give forth their expression readily.
One of their answers they did not give forth publicly, but only to us in private -- when they said that the writings of the New Testament had been tampered with by unknown persons who desired to ingraft the Jewish law into the