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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 ?
But there is no such gain of time, as to iterate often the state of the question; for it chaseth away many a frivolous speech, as it is coming forth.
Again, when lovers are coming forth, soft music often conducts them on the stage, either to soothe the audience with the softness of the tender passion, or to lull and prepare them for that gentle slumber in which they will most probably be composed by the ensuing scene.
I wondered at her coming forth so hastily, for neither young Meltham nor Squire Green was there; but I soon found it was to secure an interview with Mr.
As he grew older this passion increased upon him; and it became his delight to chalk against the name of each of his cronies a sum of enormous magnitude, and impossible to be paid: and such was his secret joy in these entries, that he would be perpetually seen going behind the door to look at them, and coming forth again, suffused with the liveliest satisfaction.
Nay; the lady hath seen something of the work of war," said Tiphaine coming forth, as white, as grave, and as unmoved as ever.
Therefore, so far as his duties would permit, he trod in the shadowy by-paths, and thus kept himself simple and childlike, coming forth, when occasion was, with a freshness, and fragrance, and dewy purity of thought, which, as many people said, affected them like tile speech of an angel.
And thereafter I seldom suffered a fine day to pass without paying a visit to Wildfell about the time my new acquaintance usually left her hermitage; but so frequently was I baulked in my expectations of another interview, so changeable was she in her times of coming forth and in her places of resort, so transient were the occasional glimpses I was able to obtain, that I felt half inclined to think she took as much pains to avoid my company as I to seek hers; but this was too disagreeable a supposition to be entertained a moment after it could conveniently be dismissed.
Accordingly, the others arose, and, coming forth from out the thicket, they all turned their toes back again to Sherwood.
The smoke came crookedly out of Mr Flintwinch's mouth, as if it circulated through the whole of his wry figure and came back by his wry throat, before coming forth to mingle with the smoke from the crooked chimneys and the mists from the crooked river.
His spout was short, slow, and laborious; coming forth with a choking sort of gush, and spending itself in torn shreds, followed by strange subterranean commotions in him, which seemed to have egress at his other buried extremity, causing the waters behind him to upbubble.
As he drank in the air, the scene, and the distant song of larks, he felt like a poker-player rising from a night-long table and coming forth from the pent atmosphere to taste the freshness of the morn.
Swampscott Superintendent of Schools Pamela Angelakis followed up Daniels' announcement by applauding their coming forth.
Meanwhile, some Batswana are coming forth to benefit from these initiatives across each district.
But with none coming forth to apologize or made liable, or at least acknowledging, the victims are left to commiserate among themselves.
The original Egyptian name for the text is translated as "Book of Coming Forth by Day".