Synonym: break, bring on, disclose, discover, divulge, expose, get out, give away, impart, introduce, issue, let on, let out, produce, publish, put out, release, reveal, set off, uncover, unveil, unwrap. Similar words: ring out, bring, bring up, bring in, bring down, bring back, bring about, bring together. Meaning: v. 1. make visible 2. bring out of a specific state 3. prepare and issue for public distribution or sale 4. direct attention to, as if by means of contrast 5. bring onto the market or release 6. encourage to be less reserved 7. take out of a container or enclosed space 8. bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc. 9. make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret.
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1. I want to bring out the secrets of nature and apply them for the happiness of man. I don't know of any better service to offer for the short time we are in the world.
2. He was so shocked that he could hardly bring out a word.
3. Add a little salt to bring out the flavour of the herbs.
4. The painter brushed over the canvas to bring out a more vivid effect.
5. to bring out the worst in sb.
6. It's warm enough to bring out the garden chairs.
7. They rolled their drums to bring out the villagers.
8. Pressure can bring out the worst in people.
9. Newborn babies bring out the woman in her.
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10. The sunshine will bring out the blossom.
11. The spices really bring out the flavour of the meat.
12. A crisis can bring out the best and the worst in people.
13. It's only a matter of time before they bring out their own version of the software.
14. She was so shocked that she could hardly bring out a word.
15. He has the ability to bring out the best in others.
16. We're trying to bring out the latent artistic talents that many people possess without realising it.
17. Women's bodies bring out all his finer feelings.
18. He mentioned the need to bring out the practical application of subjects, in ways which would enhance rather than displace theoretical understanding.
19. Hence they throw into relief and bring out the significant aspects of the phenomenon in question.
20. You would be wise to bring out into the open anything that you feel needs serious discussion with your partner.
21. They would bring out a chair on to the path for him to sit on.
22. the mist, like love, plays upon the heart of the hills and bring out surprises of beauty.
23. It did not take the police, long time to bring out the truth.
24. The rival TV companies are in a race to bring out the first film drama of his life.
25. The applicant was so choked with excitement at the acceptance notification that he could hardly bring out a goodbye.
26. No sooner do you buy a computer than they bring out a new one which supersedes it.
27. And when I went to play occasionally near to their house, Mrs Thwaites would bring out large sweet biscuits for me.
28. One of the easier Lyrical Ballads will serve to bring out the main points of critical debate.
29. They need 14 hours of light a day to bring out the flowers.
30. But, says Markert, there is something about one-way communication that can also bring out the worst in people.
More similar words: ring out, bring, bring up, bring in, bring down, bring back, bring about, bring together, bring forward, ongoing, something of, ring, at the beginning of, ring up, string, during, mothering, offering, gathering, bearings, spring up, filtering, pioneering, neighboring, engineering, manufacturing, go up, dig out, hang on, brick.