Forth


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out

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a river in southern Scotland that flows eastward to the Firth of Forth

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from a particular thing or place or position ('forth' is obsolete)

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forward in time or order or degree

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Slowly they stole forth and lay upon George Willard's shoulders.
Not uninvented that, which thou aright Beleivst so main to our success, I bring; Which of us who beholds the bright surface Of this Ethereous mould whereon we stand, This continent of spacious Heav'n, adornd With Plant, Fruit, Flour Ambrosial, Gemms & Gold, Whose Eye so superficially surveyes These things, as not to mind from whence they grow Deep under ground, materials dark and crude, Of spiritous and fierie spume, till toucht With Heav'ns ray, and temperd they shoot forth So beauteous, op'ning to the ambient light.
Far less than half-way to the hamlet, very little beyond the bottom of the hill, we must come forth into the moonlight.
A moment of silence ensued, and then was heard the rustling of leaves and crackling of twigs like the coming of many men; and forth from the glade burst a score or two of stalwart yeomen, all clad in Lincoln green, like Robin, with good Will Stutely and the widow's three sons at their head.
Magnificent preparations were made to receive the illustrious statesman; a cavalcade of horsemen set forth to meet him at the boundary line of the State, and all the people left their business and gathered along the wayside to see him pass.
In their extremity they sent forth a herald, bearing the calumet or pipe of peace, but he was shot down by order of the Blackbird.
The traveller put forth his staff and touched her withered neck with what seemed the serpent's tail.
and caused live coals to be brought, and these the dog was compelled to devour before the sight of all, until flames burst forth from its throat.
Then he pointed out that the people suffered and groaned under Twala's cruel rule, instancing the proceedings of the previous night, when, under pretence of their being evil-doers, many of the noblest in the land had been dragged forth and wickedly done to death.
The deep cannonade of roaring thunder belched forth its fearsome challenge.
Thus clad, he set forth upon his quest, until he came to the verge of the forest, and so to the highway.
And, too, these legends always held forth the hope that some day that nameless continent from which their race had sprung, would rise once more out of the sea and with slaves at the long sweeps would send her carven, gold-picked galleys forth to succor the long-exiled colonists.
A momentary lull had therefore set in whilst the prison was empty, and Rosa availed herself of this favourable moment to come forth from her hiding place, which she also induced her father to leave.
And the reader of sounds might have seen the reply go forth from the ragged people: "Where's our soup?
He makes the knights of the round table set forth to search for the Grail.