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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROUGHT OUT

Then from inside her corsage she brought out and held to Sidney a letter.

The few days since you have been away have brought out the true inwardness of her.

At length, with an effort, she brought out: "Shall you want more sittings?"

"I suppose it brought out a few," was Mr. Galloway's rejoinder.

Tsian Tang brought out a platter of red amber on which lay a carbuncle.

First he brought out from the ship coils of wiring and jumbles of instruments.

"A very good point you have brought out," the instructor said.

In the morning he was aroused by the turnkey and brought out of his cell.

I brought out my relic of other days, and displayed it to the boys in the shanty.

Surely it was not just a happy chance which brought out the detail so perfectly.