verb as in transport or accompany
verb as in cause; influence
verb as in command a price
The pulps brought new readers to serious fiction, making it less intimidating with alluring art and low prices.
Yet, for god knows what reason, his name is never brought up in the “Great American Filmmaker” conversation.
The jet engine instantly brought two advances over propellers: it doubled the speed and it was far more reliable.
And increasingly smart navigation aids in the cockpit brought far greater precision and efficiency to route planning.
But the qualities Mario Cuomo brought to public life—compassion, integrity, commitment to principle—remain in short supply today.
The boys were tumbling about, clinging to his legs, imploring that numerous things be brought back to them.
The strains of the syren at last woke her uncle, and brought back Miss Hood, who suggested that it was late.
Under so many savage blows, the labouring mountains brought forth Turks.
Then Paterno adroitly brought matters to a crisis in a bold peroration which changed the whole scene.
There were two battalions, together about a thousand men; and they brought a field-piece with them.
On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brought, such as: lead, transfer, deliver, bear, take, and carry.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.