- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bring.
“The term brings to mind satanic rituals, but in fact merely is defined by Webster's Dictionary as "a quasi-religious group, often living in a colony, with a charismatic leader who indoctrinates members with unorthodox or extremist views, practices or beliefs.”
“The term brings to mind green, pastoral fields dotted with contented content, the larger posts grazing in the sunshine, young article stubs gamboling about.”
“Before you even look at the repertoire on Viktoria Mullova's latest recording, the title brings you up short.”
“The designation brings the firm under Fed supervision, and earns the firm tougher capital, leverage, liquidity and other rules.”
“After putting up with lie after lie from Obama and his administration, the truth Sarah Palin brings is refreshing and much needed.”
“The word brings to mind Rocky and those pectorals he so loved—that Grace so loved.”
““The Mongolians are so frightened of them that even saying their name brings bad luck,” Lilly said.”
“Just the term brings with it a mysterious, dangerous air.”
“The title brings back a funny memory of when an out of state student came to my home studio for private lessons.”
“In America, the word brings to mind a place where people go to drink alcohol, and thats pretty much the long and short of it.”
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