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come forth

1. To move toward a point of congregation; to come forward. Anyone involved in the ceremony may come forth at this time.
2. To flow, ooze, or otherwise come out of something. A great deal of water came forth when the pipe in our basement burst.
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come forth

to come out; to move forward and appear. Please come forth and meet your cousins. All the stage crew came forth and received some applause.
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come forth

v.
1. To reveal oneself or make an appearance: Several students came forth from the audience and asked questions.
2. To issue out of something: A large amount of water came forth from the ruptured tank.
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References in classic literature ?
One comes forth from the cavern only with white hair, but only those with dark hair enter it.
"Put them in, boy; put them in," continued the woman; "and you, Ishmael and Abiram, if any thing wicked or hurtful comes forth, show them the use of your rifles, like frontier-men.
So now, half-waking and all-winking, he may recall the house full of company, the coach-houses full of vehicles, the stables fall of horses, and the out-buildings full of attendants upon horses, until he is undecided about the present and comes forth to see how it is.
If no one comes forth looking for a missing person the deputy commissioner said the information will be given to the media in order for members of the public to come forth and help the police identify the body.
Under the agenda of unity of the ummah, comes forth strategies, narratives, and good intentions, which have led to the support and acceptance of the Malays nationwide.
It will be a trite event, done before the bump shows too much or before a baby comes forth.
The development comes forth after Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) had nominated Rana Tanveer as Shehbaz Sharif's replacement to chair Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on May 2 (yesterday).
'And sometimes, when non-convictions assets forfeiture proceedings are initiated against those estates, nobody comes forth to claim ownership which means that we have a big problem.
This event reminds me of the old passage in the bible: "Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings comes forth wisdom."
He begins to teach them, "One does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes forth from the mouth of God" (Mt 4:4).
Having put the Legislature above the ongoing investigation, Speaker Chambers then comes forth to play the blame games against former President Ellen Johnson - Sirleaf and her children, with a charge of nepotism against the former first family.
The hero comes forth when we choose to do what is right and respond to Christ's invitation: 'Whoever wishes to be my disciple must take up his Cross daily and follow me.'
In case any evidence comes forth during ongoing investigation, action will be taken, the CBI further said.
Our cover story on page 24 intends to unmask some of the facts around the sale, while drawing attention to issues that will remain shrouded in uncertainty until a buyer comes forth.
Employees will see what comes forth afterthemeeting and if there is no positive development, the next steps -- strike measures -- will be discussed at a general meeting.