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
Patients are loath to bring up issues of cost, our study found.
The court decided not to reconsider that ruling when it was brought up again in 2016.
The actress and her on-screen husband John Goodman appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night, and things got interesting when the late-night host brought up Barr’s character being a Trump supporter — much like the actress herself.
Things got a little strange on the Road Trippin’ podcast this week when Cavs sideline reporter Allie Clifton brought up that Cavs’ DJ Montage doesn’t believe in two things: Dinosaurs or Elvis.
The S Voice page on the Gear Sport has a question-mark icon that, when tapped, will bring up a list of available commands.
On Modern Family there's an episode where Phil had narcolepsy, then it doesn't get brought up again.
When reporters brought up coach Steve Kerr's five technical fouls this season, Popovich chuckled.
Their animosity toward one another was obvious at a news conference, when Hedrick brought up the team pursuit and Davis stormed out of the room.
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