noun, plural fo·rums, fo·ra [fawr-uh, fohr-uh] /ˈfɔr ə, ˈfoʊr ə/.
- forward bias,
- forward delivery,
- forward echelon,
- forward exchange
Origin of forum
Examples from the Web for forum
After his death, Jackson tried to speak up for her friend on a Facebook forum.
This is a forum for the voices defining the global struggle for justice.
Chris Brown announced onstage at The Forum in Los Angeles on Friday night.The Chris Brown vs. Drake Feud Continues: Brown Claims Ex GF Karrueche Tran Cheated with Drizzy|Marlow Stern|December 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There were a number of people who could have convened a forum of Charter 77, or meetings with other, smaller opposition groups.
These posts are still available in archives that are only viewable to privileged members of the forum.
It was on the north corner of the hill and overlooked the Forum.Under Csars' Shadow|Henry Francis Colby
Even if not convicted he should realize that, in the forum of conscience, he could not draw his salary.A History of The Inquisition of Spain; vol. 2,|Henry Charles Lea
The Forum is usually approached from the west side by the short, steep street leading from the Porta Marina.
Passing out from the Forum under the arch at the northeast corner, we enter the broadest street in Pompeii.
Other people feel that in treading the Forum of Rome they are at the centre of human things.Robert Elsmere|Mrs. Humphry Ward
noun plural -rums or -ra (-rə)
Word Origin for forum
mid-15c., "place of assembly in ancient Rome," from Latin forum "marketplace, open space, public place," apparently akin to foris, foras "out of doors, outside," from PIE root *dhwer- (see door). Sense of "assembly, place for public discussion" first recorded 1680s.