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 Zags had a three-point halftime lead on UNC and a back-and-forth first half set the stage for what should have been a thrilling end to the college basketball season.
The extraordinary back-and-forth between the two most powerful figures at City Hall was the latest twist in a drama that's been playing out for the past 10 days.
Then, after a back-and-forth opening to the second half, Frederick put together another extended push to create its largest lead of the game.
That soup can have other uses, which were brought forth in an amusing discussion on Friday around the visitors locker room at MTS Place.
Swinton was released from prison last June after lawyers with the Innocence Project brought forth new evidence that significantly undermined Swinton’s 1991 conviction for the murder of Carla Terry.
Craig Mitchell, an attorney representing the Sewerage & Water Board, explained that Smith brought forth a settlement offer in November, giving the utility's board of directors time to digest it and advise their legal counsel on whether to settle.
The character relationships are laid bare with the speed and dexterity needed to bring forth Chekhov's compassionate vision of the human condition.
One man brought forth a fast-casual revolution; another crafted a quick-service evolution.
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Origin and Etymology of forth
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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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