Examples of bring up in a Sentence
it takes an immense commitment and a lot of love to bring up a child properly
I hate to bring this up, but we're running short of money.
Recent Examples of bring up from the Web
This seems like an inappropriate time to be bringing up things like Wisconsin, Jack.
And overpopulation starts to bring up environmental concerns.
Greene tried to bring up the last will and testament in court Friday, but was silenced by a judge, Williams said.
Competition is fierce among cities across the country for Amazon’s second headquarters, estimated to bring up to 50,000 new jobs.
The stakes are high: The award is expected to bring up to 50,000 jobs averaging more than $100,000 annually to the winning community.
Of course, never missing an opportunity, the police had to bring up Davis’ apparent criminal record, which includes charges of resisting arrest and assault.
Now, Orion will be able to use just a few flatscreens and computers to instantly bring up nearly every necessary measurement.
Toyota’s Lexus has a large lead among luxury brands, while GM’s Cadillac brings up the rear.
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First Known Use of bring up
bring up Synonyms
Synonymsbreed, foster, nourish, nurse, raise, rear
Related Wordsfather, mother; attend, care (for), cradle, cultivate, mind, minister (to), nurture, watch; discipline, educate, instruct, mentor, school, teach, train, tutor; edify, enlighten, indoctrinate; feed, provide (for), supply; advance, forward, further, promote; prepare; direct, guide, lead, shepherd, show
Near Antonymsabuse, ill-treat, ill-use, maltreat, mishandle, mistreat; ignore, neglect; harm, hurt, injure
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