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Bring through   /brɪŋ θru/   Listen
Bring through

verb
1.
Bring into safety.  Synonyms: carry through, pull through, save.






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"Bring through" Quotes from Famous Books



... and as nice a girl as ever walked on two nice legs. She was just six months a full-fledged nurse, then. And four months after that I had to send her a wedding present. She married an automobile agent. She's lived in hotels ever since. She's never had a chance to nurse—never a child of her own to bring through a bout with colic. But... she has hopes... and, whether or not her hopes materialize, she's confoundedly happy. But... what good ...
— The Little Lady of the Big House • Jack London

... Re-echo splendidly through high-piled vaults And make the grave their spokesman—such as he Are as the hidden streams that, underground, Sweeten the pastures for the grazing kine, Or as spring airs that bring through prison bars The scent of freedom; or a light that burns Immutably across the shaken seas, Forevermore by nameless hands renewed, Where else were ...
— Artemis to Actaeon and Other Worlds • Edith Wharton



Words linked to "Bring through" :   pull through, rescue, deliver, carry through



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