[ US /ˈɹeɪdiˌeɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈe‍ɪdɪˌe‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
  1. diverging from a common point
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How To Use radiating In A Sentence

  • The body is moulded with two series of gadroons on either side of a horizontal rib; the foot is moulded with small gadroons radiating from a central flower head with the mark in its centre.
  • Geometrical Theory of Diffraction is a fundamental algorithm in electromagnetic radiating and scattering, and programming is a key step for its application.
  • Although they were high in the mountains, and the wind was from the east, and cold with a foretaste of winter, still, it felt warmer than the gelid air radiating from the White River.
  • And as you can see, I'm positively radiating contentment…
  • Feel its vital life force surging through your system, obliterating anger and irritation, radiating peace outwards from your heart.
  • It just felt like there was something radiating from him, peace or something.
  • At first it's difficult to shake the feeling that it's kitschy schlock that they're radiating, rather than the sinister malevolence they may be aiming for.
  • His winning design for the £200m extension features a sliced tomato, the flesh radiating from the centre.
  • Check the spinner mount screws to see if they're loose or if cracks are radiating from the holes.
  • -- "By the way, I received from Dr. Torrey a curious mixture of petrosilex and prehnite in radiating crystals, which was sent him by you, and collected at the West. Memoirs of 30 Years with the Indian Tribes on the American Frontiers
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