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go forth

verb (intransitive, adverb) (archaic or formal)
1.
to be issued: the command went forth that taxes should be collected
2.
to go out: the army went forth to battle
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  • From the height of this place and the summit of this century, let us go forth.

  • Arise, go forth into the plain, and I will there talk with thee.

    Things as They Are Amy Wilson-Carmichael
  • So now we go forth with the Owner Himself to claim His own possession.

    Lotus Buds

    Amy Carmichael
  • He can no more rest; he says, with the old painter, "By God, it is in me and must go forth of me."

    Essays, Second Series Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • At any moment Mr. Wilding may go forth, and your chance is lost.

    Mistress Wilding Rafael Sabatini
  • So monstrous indeed that you think I ought not to go forth alive .

    Anabasis Xenophon
  • go forth and make your life useful--offer a helping hand to others.

    The Gaunt Gray Wolf Dillon Wallace

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