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- v. To emit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. have as a by-product
- v. give off, send forth, or discharge; as of light, heat, or radiation, vapor, etc.
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In the sick bay he concocted some type of delayed-action chemical fuse that would give off plenty of smoke but very little flame -- there are a dozen combinations of acids and chemicals that can bring this about, and our friend will be a highly trained expert well versed in all of them.
From afar, Shadow Dragon Soul's deep shadow black exterior color and matte black dragon graphics on the hood and tailgate give off a dark and menacing persona.
One thing I hadn’t been expecting: the ACB’s brightness is such that all the nearby trees give off some pretty amazing spectrum bursts.
Probably, he thought, I give off emanations of unattainability; women inevitably want what they cannot have.
It would gradually fill up with pus and necrotic tissue, and that would give off a powerful odor.