When wine is fermented, it gives off gas.
The flowers give off a heady scent at night.
When nitric acid is poured on copper, a brown vapor gives off.
When the electric stove is turned on, the burners give off a red glow.
It usually gives off abnormal communicating branches, which should be evaluated before embolismic operation of maxillary artery.
Everything gives off some kind of light.
The girl gave off an aura of distinct dottiness.
Also, some of the flowers give off a wonderful smell.
Apparently cancer cells give off different gasses than healthy ones.
Dave always gives off a weird vibe, that's just Dave.
If plastic and rubber are burnt, they'll give off poisonous gases.
They're not easy to find since they don't give off light.
Plants also give off scents which attract insects to spread their pollen.
Oxygen produces green and red light while nitrogen gives off blue and purple.
According to a new study, malaria victims give off odors that attracts mosquitoes.
“we went under a power line, and someone said they give off UV.”
Or these, that munch our skin oils and give off our characteristic body odors.
Lyman said even a small amount of nuclear waste gives off radioactivity and heat.
High above, the sky was filled with gas that gave off light like the sun.
A woman actually ovulates and gives off this many eggs roughly during her fertile period.
Malley cautions that UVC is only as effective as the dosage of light it gives off.
Any kind of fire – from a campfire to a lit match – gives off smoke.
Coal plants give off air pollutants and heat-trapping gases that have been linked to climate change.
Everything around us conspires to give off a sense that the status quo is is entrenched.
And they don't give off much heat either which makes them difficult to detect using infrared light.