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- v. To produce, bear as fruit
- v. To give birth.
- v. To create, generate, bring into existence.
- v. To display, produce, bring out for display.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. bring into existence
- v. make children
- v. bring out for display
- v. bring forth or yield
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Techniques I share with you in this chapter to help bring forth calmness are Belly Breathing, Heart-Warm Touch, and Divine Drops.
Though Uka's daughter was not mated yet, she was a woman, and Ovra knew she could bring forth life now.
If these words I write are incorrect or untrue, then please explain to me why God, in all of Her brilliance and talent and intelligent design, would have chosen this time to bring forth the pinnacle of female power and sinister wisdom, the solution to telecommunicable disease, the oracle, Nancy Grace.
He took his position in front of the holy man and waited for Grod to bring forth the daughter of his mate.
"Socrates compared himself," writes Schwegler, "with his mother, Phaenarete, a midwife, because his office was rather to help others bring forth thoughts than to produce them himself, and because he took upon himself to distinguish the birth of an empty thought from one rich in content."
AND thus it passed on from Candlemass until after Easter, that the month of May was come, when every lusty heart beginneth to blossom, and to bring forth fruit; for like as herbs and trees bring forth fruit and flourish in May, in like wise every lusty heart that is in any manner a lover, springeth and flourisheth in lusty deeds.
Bachiler, he says, “hath been a man-midwife to bring forth more monsters begotten by the Devil and born of the Sectaries within the last three years than ever were brought into the light in England by all the former licensers, the Bishops and their Chaplains, for fourscore years.”
NOW leave we Sir Launcelot wallop all that he might, and speak we of Queen Guenever that was brought to a fire to be brent; for Sir Meliagrance was sure, him thought, that Sir Launcelot should not be at that battle; therefore he ever cried upon King Arthur to do him justice, other-else bring forth Sir Launcelot du Lake.
Might not a biography from your pen bring forth again some great, half-obscured soul to act on the world?
Tendenz or other appearing on the stands; scarcely a month failed to bring forth its new genius.