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bring home

verb as in get across

verb as in impress

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She must be beautiful and attractive for her partner and bring home at least half of the family income.

And the best part is, unlike the Olympics, we already know that a U.S. team will bring home the gold.

Most people think less about their nominal annual salary than about how much they bring home in each paycheck.

Mistakes bring home dead officers or bad intelligence or both.

How Hope Solo survived—and put U.S. women's soccer in position to bring home gold.

I was so glad to get this school, because it would give me something for my mother, whom I hoped to bring home before long.

Why, he asked the high heavens, had she told him to bring home a roll of cotton, if she was going to leave him?

I could barely reach one little twig of pale, discolored leaves, to bring home as a memento.

He nach'elly scorned to bring home a squirrel shot back of the ears.

The great affair,” I asked, “is to bring home to him the kidnapping?


On this page you'll find 145 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bring home, such as: acquire, bring in, collect, derive, draw, and gain.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.