Synonym: give rise, produce. Similar words: bring, bring out, bring up, bring in, bring down, bring back, bring together, bring forward. Meaning: v. 1. cause to move into the opposite direction 2. cause to happen, occur or exist.
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1. Better cultivation of soil will bring about better crops.
2. We are working to bring about closer political integration in the EU.
3. They felt the need to bring about a renewal of society.
4. How far does war bring about social change?
5. Interest-rate cuts have failed to bring about economic recovery.
6. Changing stresses bring about more cracking and rock deformation.
7. How can we bring about a change in attitudes?
8. This old bicycle will bring about $15.
9. Several causes operated to bring about the war.
10. Several circumstances concurred to bring about the present state of affairs.
11. This would bring about a lowering of the general level of intelligence in the population.
12. To that extent they helped bring about their own destruction.
13. It took hours of negotiations to bring about a reconciliation between the two sides.
14. The only way they can bring about political change is by putting pressure on the country.
15. The Liberals wish to bring about changes in the electoral system.
16. They conspired to bring about the meeting of the two people.
17. We want to bring about this change in an orderly fashion.
18. This will bring about both inner and social conflicts.
19. It needed and wanted to bring about a revolution.
20. Maybe that openness helped bring about final reconciliation.
21. But she can also bring about his destruction.
22. The Incas also had gold,(sentencedict.com) but it helped bring about their downfall.
23. The militants see no contradiction in using violence to bring about a religious state.
24. He urged the United States to persist with its efforts to bring about peace.
25. I offered to act as mediator and tried to bring about a reconciliation between the two parties.
26. Recent studies have borne out claims that certain perfumes can bring about profound psychological changes.
27. As a result of their com-patibility, Haig and Fraser were able to bring about wide-ranging reforms.
28. It took the combined efforts of both the press and the public to bring about a change in the law.
29. Only a society in which people feel secure in their peer groups can bring about such mass action from below.
30. However, its appearance in June 1975 did not immediately bring about any action on the part of the Secretary of State.
More similar words: bring, bring out, bring up, bring in, bring down, bring back, bring together, bring forward, about, get about, go about, come about, care about, know about, set about, forget about, just about, abound in, complain about, inquire about, ring, during, ring out, ring up, string, gathering, offering, mothering, bearings, spring up.