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push forward

verb as in precipitate

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That gives Obama plenty of time to use the current looseness of the law to push forward the releases of many more prisoners.

Drivers are supposed to suck it up, and, Duke Wayne-style, push forward.

So Obama might be better positioned to make a deal, and Romney more likely to push forward a dangerous status quo.

Amid the sound of firing, the screams of those being crushed to death went unheard; those in the back continued to push forward.

Indeed, his staff is banking that his Iowa success will generate ample funds and supporters to help him push forward.

In the dressing-room, do not push forward to the mirror if you see that others are before you there.

To avoid an occasion for our virtues is a worse degree of failure than to push forward pluckily and make a fall.

Accordingly, he directed three of the men, who had proved to be the best scouts, to push forward and examine the ground around us.

He now grasped the pole with his right hand and gave the sleigh a push forward with his two feet.

He sent the huge Tom to the rear with an impatient movement of his hand, and then bade Sam push forward.

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On this page you'll find 173 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to push forward, such as: argue, combat, continue, engage in, force, and maintain.

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

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