bring something forth

bring something forth
archaic or poetic/literary give birth to

why does Elsbeth not bring forth a child?

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ˌbring sb/sthˈforth derived
(old use formal) to give birth to sb; to produce sth

She brought forth a son.

trees bringing forth fruit

Main entry:bringderived

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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