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bringing back

noun as in returning

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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.

She texted her roommate to reserve their bedroom for the purposes of bringing back John Doe.

Bringing back the federal funding of presidential campaigns would be a great positive development in the next cycle.

Bringing back Urban and Lopez and hiring Connick, at least optimistically, hints that the show is refocusing on those contestants.

I had forgotten for the moment that the cop was a coward; but Burke didn't waste a bit of time in bringing back my memory.

“I do not see that I have much to gain in bringing back my elder brother,” returned Alexander shrewdly.

The countryfolk, many of whom had remained friendly, began bringing back spoil which they had wrested from wrongful possessors.

It was also customary with him to buy horses for sale in Scotland, bringing back galloways in return.

The man went out and soon returned bringing back word that some one had changed the tokens.


On this page you'll find 245 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bring back, such as: carry, earn, go for, obtain, produce, and retrieve.

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