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View synonyms for go forth

go forth

verb

  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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Go forth of the ark, thou, and thy wife, and thy sons, and thy sons' wives with thee.

You can pick whatever neckwear you want, or none at all, but let us go forth.

So, ladies and gentlemen, go forth and speak the cool lines.

Remove out of the midst of Babylon, and go forth out of the land of the Chaldeans: and be ye as kids at the head of the flock.

Dig thee a way through the wall before their eyes: and thou shalt go forth through it.

Such fathers and mothers have high hopes that from their home will go forth noble men and women—yes, even heroes.

And if ye must needs use your arms, take up the cross and go forth all together to fight the Saracens.'

This day I first begun to go forth in my coat and sword, as the manner now among gentlemen is.

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