Thesaurus / brought


They brought with them from the old colonies their educational traditions and their devotion to the flag of the Empire.

Ryerson Memorial VolumeJ. George Hodgins

The slow spin of our rock had now brought the Dippers into view.

Industrial RevolutionPoul William Anderson

By her own personal strength her twelve children were brought forth, and her own sensitive fibres and tissues felt the suffering.

Singleton had brought out something rolled in a scarf of Roman silk.

The MessengerElizabeth Robins

In order then to have every thing distinct and accurate, they had brought their opinion forward in the form it now appears.

A sufficient amount of mucus or fecal matter will usually be brought away by it.

But even in that glimpse I saw the change which years had brought.

Aladdin & Co.Herbert Quick

Varnish, when at a certain temperature, is susceptible of contraction when any colder body is brought in contact with it.

His stores of oatmeal were brought out, kine were slaughtered; and a rude and hasty meal was set before the numerous guests.

The apology for tea was brought, and both accepted it, talking of trivialities.

Scarlet and HyssopE. F. Benson


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