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verb as in command a price

verb as in file charges in court

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As air molecules heat up, they gain more energy and move around faster, creating more pressure and density and bringing the oxygen molecules closer together.

In response, many districts are delaying plans to bring back their students.

The T-Bar Market, in Granite Peaks Lodge, has espresso and to-go items to bring back to your camper.

All of it combines to bring Coates’s words up off the page with startlingly precise intent.

She brought in a pair of Saucony Endorphin Pros and a pair of Vaporfly Next%, which at the time was the newest Nike model.

This is acting in every sense of the word—bringing an unevolved animal to life and making it utterly believable.

But Cocker proved to be a survivor, bringing his passionate persona to concert halls around the world decade after decade.

For their trip to New Orleans against Alabama, Ohio State is bringing in a cool $17 million.

But the increasing number of fraudsters bringing back wares to stores to make an illicit killing has  become impossible to ignore.

Once again he accused the West of being unfair to Russia, bringing back his favorite metaphor, the Russian bear.

In nine days he returned, bringing us the thanks of congress, and fresh orders.

This may be done by taking the humming tone and bringing to bear upon it a strong pressure of energy.

“The British Raj is doomed,” she muttered, lowering her voice, and bringing her magnificent eyes close to his.

For better is the iniquity of a man, than a woman doing a good turn, and a woman bringing shame and reproach.

She was therefore prepared to sustain her part in the drama Routemberg was bringing on the tapis.


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On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bringing, such as: lead, transfer, deliver, bear, take, and carry.

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