bring[ bring ]SEE DEFINITION OF bring
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRING
He never could find out what was "going on" to bring so many folks into town.
Very well; bring me what you have at that hour, and we'll strike a trade.
He should bring an almanac with him to know when the days go by.
He wished to bring his whole heart back to her—or at least wished that he wished it.
In all these ways, I will bring the values of our history to the care of our times.
Did you bring your work, girls, or is it to be a case of idle hands?
Williams, Gunby, and Howard, all strove in vain to bring it to order.
All persons who will not join you you will take prisoners and bring to me.
If peril could bring about unity God could bring it about even more effectively.
Those who bring them on us seem captious, thoughtless, cruel.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BRING
- appeal to
- come on
- exert influence
- freak out
- give the come-on
- go over big
- knock dead
- knock out
- make a hit with
- rope in
- suck in
- sweep off one's feet
- turn on