Thesaurus / fore

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Jus' 'fore freedom come, de new overseer am 'structed to take us to Texas and takes us to Kaufman County and we is refugees dere.

No one saved her, but many did rush to the fore, and die for her.

In this Hirzel, who was a physician and a philanthropist, brings to the fore the despised peasantry.

The fore wheels of the carriage turn upon a pivot similar to those of a four-wheeled coach.

All at once a violent commotion, accompanied by a medley of sounds, came from the fore part of the hold.

He said it was high time that a little of my American blood came to the fore.

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The fore limbs are modified to serve as wings, which are well developed in almost all birds.

The boat dashed the spray at her bow, and proved to be very wet in the fore cabin.

Though the fore and hind foot differ so much in size, they are nearly similar in form.

The main artery of the fore- and hind-limbs breaks up into a rete mirabile of numerous small parallel branches.

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