Examples of forth in a Sentence
a flow of lava bursting forth from the earth
The snow is gone and the flowers are ready to spring forth.
He went forth to spread the news.
She stretched forth her hands in prayer.
Recent Examples of forth from the Web
The video and subsequent postings about the incident sparked political back-and-forth tweets among Trump supporters and critics.
The case has deeply divided writers, editors, and academics, who have sparred in thoughtful open letters published in the Chronicle of Higher Education and in a barbed back-and-forth on social media.
Still, others maintain that much of the back-and-forth between Washington and Beijing appears to be posturing for now—and that the odds of a full trade war breaking out remain slim.
Among other things, the suit stated that Match had made a $450 million offer for the company last year that Bumble rebuffed, sparking a protracted back-and-forth over Bumble’s valuation.
There was a lengthy back-and-forth between the judge and Jaques' defense attorney, Chad Moody.
In perhaps their funniest case of trolling yet, Lively and Reynolds have a back-and-forth about his fictional twin brother Gordon.
Chris Zaccarelli, chief investment officer at Independent Advisor Alliance, said in an email that the back-and-forth is having a negative effect.
Now the wait is 96 hours, Mitchell said, and that’s been curtailing the back-and-forth.
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FORTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of forth for English Language Learners
: out into notice or view
: onward or forward in time or place
FORTH Defined for Kids
Definition of forth for Students
- from that time forth
- Soon the beech trees had put forth their delicate, transparent leaves.
- —C. S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
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