Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bring.

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Examples

  • 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 Seattle Times

  • The term brings to mind green, pastoral fields dotted with contented content, the larger posts grazing in the sunshine, young article stubs gamboling about.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The designation brings the firm under Fed supervision, and earns the firm tougher capital, leverage, liquidity and other rules.

    Debating Dodd-Frank: Is 'Too Big to Fail' Gone?

  • After putting up with lie after lie from Obama and his administration, the truth Sarah Palin brings is refreshing and much needed.

    Reid takes dig at Palin in reelection launch

  • The word brings to mind Rocky and those pectorals he so loved—that Grace so loved.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • The word brings to mind Rocky and those pectorals he so loved—that Grace so loved.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • Before you even look at the repertoire on Viktoria Mullova's latest recording, the title brings you up short.

    Viktoria Mullova: from Russia in a blond wig

  • The word brings to mind Rocky and those pectorals he so loved—that Grace so loved.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • “The Mongolians are so frightened of them that even saying their name brings bad luck,” Lilly said.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • “The Mongolians are so frightened of them that even saying their name brings bad luck,” Lilly said.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

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