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View definitions for put forward

put forward

verb as in allege

verb as in bring to bear

verb as in bring up

verb as in lay

verb as in plot

verb as in postulate

verb as in produce

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The façade of “love” put forward by religious conservatives has been slipping, as well.

“The Syrian opposition has to put forward a program that appeals to a segment of the Alawi,” Ford said.

So, an amendment was proposed—formally put forward by Uruguay—that would acknowledge that “various forms of the family exist.”

Another potential Obama nominee in Pennsylvania was never put forward because of interest group opposition.

You can imagine what those three would have said if Obama had put forward something like this.

They are too like the ordinary notation to be quite independent, and cannot have been put forward as an improvement upon it.

A similar suggestion was officially put forward by the general association of the Australian colonies in London in 1857.

And it put forward sensitive and intelligent antenn as it sought its food thirty miles away down the coast—manganese.

Will the great scheme that an English engineer has put forward make the land a garden once more?

It is interesting also to note the different views which have been put forward by Irish politicians with regard to the rebellion.

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On this page you'll find 1118 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to put forward, such as: benefit, boost, encourage, further, introduce, and offer.

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

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