bring out of

bring someone or something out of something

 and bring someone or something out
to cause someone or something to emerge from something or some place. The explosion brought the people out of their homes. The noise brought out all the people.
See also: bring, of, out

bring something out of someone

 and bring something out
to cause something to be said by a person, such as a story, the truth, an answer, etc. We threatened her a little and that brought the truth out of her. This warning ought to bring out the truth!
See also: bring, of, out