put forward[ poot ]SEE DEFINITION OF put forward
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Put forward a defence, or seat yourself, and let judgment be passed.'
Seriously and circumstantially he put forward his proposition.
Tresler accepted the argument in the spirit in which it was put forward.
Five years is the time allowed for all such claims to be put forward.
Perhaps some other gentleman will put forward better counsel than mine.
Should she put forward any objections, over-rule her and refuse to listen.
Her case was put forward on the docket and hurried to a decision.
They cannot honestly be put forward as being more than that.
There is something to be said for the theory of suicide which you have put forward.
I did not deny it, nor did I put forward any witnesses to deny it.