come forward[ kuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF come forward
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME FORWARD
(To his son) Now, Thomas, come forward, and pay your respects.
I admire your courage in daring to come forward in the defence of innocence.
But, strange to say, the substitute did not come forward at once.
A little encouragement, however, induced him to come forward.
The officers had come forward to the barricade and were consulting together.
It's denied, you know, that he intends to come forward as a candidate in Morbihan.
He had risen and come forward, and now waited till there was absolute silence.
He was always in agony lest she should come forward and ruin him.
He had not the virtue to come forward, for all that he knew that you must die if he did not.
They passed down the word for the generals and officers to come forward to the front.