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send forth

To cause, compel, instruct, or direct someone or something to travel forward or outward from some point or place. A noun or pronoun can be used between "send" and "forth." Teams from across the country will send their projects forth for a chance to win the 45th Annual National Science Fair. The group sent me forth to speak to the police officer and explain what we were doing there. Tom sent forth a bone-rattling scream as I pulled the arrow out of his arm.
See also: forth, send

send forth

v.
To cause something to go outward from a source: The rulers sent the army forth to threaten the approaching invaders. The wounded soldier sent forth a cry of pain.
See also: forth, send
References in classic literature ?
Now it was that Momaya reasoned shrewdly that if any might know the whereabouts of her Tibo, it would be Bukawai, who was in friendly intercourse with gods and demons, since a demon or a god it was who had stolen her baby; but even her great mother love was sorely taxed to find the courage to send her forth into the black jungle toward the distant hills and the uncanny abode of Bukawai, the unclean, and his devils.
Send her forth from your holy heavens that she may be with me and work with me that I may know what is your pleasure." I trust that President Bush is humble enough to offer this prayer in his own name.