bring out

verb

Definition of bring out 

transitive verb

1a : to make apparent

b : to effectively develop (something, such as a quality)

2a : to present to the public

b : to introduce formally to society

3 : utter

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Synonyms & Antonyms for bring out

Synonyms

accentuate, emphasize, italicize, stress, underline, underscore

Antonyms

de-emphasize

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Examples of bring out in a Sentence

he ever so casually brings out the names of celebrities with whom he's supposedly buddy-buddy a blue scarf would bring out the color of your eyes

First Known Use of bring out

1579, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

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The first known use of bring out was in 1579

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