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set forth

  

      vb   adv  
Formal or archaic  
1    tr   to state, express, or utter  
he set forth his objections     
2    intr   to start out on a journey  
the expedition set forth on the first of July     
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forth  
      adv  
1    forward in place, time, order, or degree  
2    out, as from concealment, seclusion, or inaction  
3    away, as from a place or country  
4    and so on; et cetera  
      prep  
5    Archaic   out of; away from  
     (Old English; related to Middle High German vort; see for, further)  


call forth  
      vb   tr, adv   to cause (something) to come into action or existence  
she called forth all her courage     
Forth  
      n  
1    Firth of. an inlet of the North Sea in SE Scotland: spanned by a cantilever railway bridge 1600 m (almost exactly 1 mile) long (1889), and by a road bridge (1964)  
2    a river in S Scotland, flowing generally east to the Firth of Forth. Length: about 104 km (65 miles)  
go forth  
      vb   intr, adv  
Archaic or formal  
1    to be issued  
the command went forth that taxes should be collected     
2    to go out  
the army went forth to battle     
hold forth  
      vb   adv  
1    intr   to speak for a long time or in public  
2    tr   to offer (an attraction or enticement)  
put forth  
      vb   tr, adv  
Formal  
1    to present; propose  
2    (of a plant) to produce or bear (leaves, branches, shoots, etc.)  
set forth  
      vb   adv  
Formal or archaic  
1    tr   to state, express, or utter  
he set forth his objections     
2    intr   to start out on a journey  
the expedition set forth on the first of July     

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Collins

forth

  
  
ahead, away, forward, into the open, onward, out, out of concealment, outward  


hold forth     
declaim, descant, discourse, go on, harangue, lecture, orate, preach, speak, speechify, spiel     (informal)   spout     (informal)  

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