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radiate (verb), radiates; radiated; radiating
1. To go out in a direct line from a central point or area: Spokes radiate outward from the middle points of the bicycle wheels.
2. To give out, to transmit, or to spread around: The sun radiates light and heat; however, they are reduced when it is cloudy.

Warmth was radiating from Tom's fireplace which made him and his family much more comfortable during the winter.
3. Etymology: from Latin radiare, "to beam, to shine."

To scatter love and happiness to other people.
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