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Sentence count:259+35 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-07Updated:2017-03-07
Synonym: aheadforwardononwardAntonym: backSimilar words: northernorthnorthernworthworthybe worthput forthfor the restMeaning: [fɔrθ /fɔːθ]  n. a river in southern Scotland that flows eastward to the Firth of Forth. adv. 1. from a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete) 2. forward in time or order or degree 3. out into view. 
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1. April showers bring forth May flowers. 
2. The mountains have brought forth a mouse. 
3. March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers. 
4. The mountain has brought forth a mouse. 
5. He went forth upon a journey to far land.
6. A great epidemic burst forth in that area.
7. The fields give forth an odor of spring.
8. The people swayed back and forth with arms linked.
9. He drew forth his gun.
10. The windshield wipers clacked back and forth.
11. They set forth on their travels in early June.
12. The trees send forth many branches when spring comes.
13. The volcano belched forth fire, smoke and ashes.
14. Trees put forth buds and leaves in spring.
15. She brought forth two sons only.
16. The sun came forth from behind the cloud.
17. The blackbird flew back and forth to its brood.
18. We set forth immediately after breakfast.
19. He set forth with his car.
20. Dr. Mesibov set forth the basis of his approach to teaching students.
20. Wish you can benefit from our online sentence dictionary and make progress every day!
21. On summer evenings the flowers gave forth an almost intoxicating scent.
22. My dog always springs forth when I go back home.
23. They batted the shuttlecock back and forth across the net a few time.
24. I've never seen anyone who could hold forth so long.
25. Spring has come and the trees are putting forth new leaves.
26. The Prime Minister set forth the aims of his government in a television broadcast.
27. If society were a train, the etiquette would be the rails along which only the train could rumble forth; if society were a state coach, the etuquette would be the wheels and axis on which only the coach could roll forward.
28. A straw poll conducted at the end of the meeting found most people agreed with Mr Forth.
29. The pendulum in the grandfather clock swung back and forth.
30. She started telling me about her bad back, her migraines, and so forth.
More similar words: northernorthnorthernworthworthybe worthput forthfor the restset forthnortheastcall forthcome forthnorthwestnorth poleand so forthfor the bestunorthodoxworthlesshenceforthforthcomingforthrightfor the momentfor the futureworth whileorthopedicback and forthfor the sake ofworthwhilefor the presentorthodontist
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