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Meaning & Definition of Forth in English

English

Forth

/fɔrθ/

noun

1. A river in southern scotland that flows eastward to the firth of forth

    synonym:
  • Forth
  • ,
  • Forth River

adverb

1. From a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete)

  • "Ran away from the lion"
  • "Wanted to get away from there"
  • "Sent the children away to boarding school"
  • "The teacher waved the children away from the dead animal"
  • "Went off to school"
  • "They drove off"
  • "Go forth and preach"
    synonym:
  • away
  • ,
  • off
  • ,
  • forth

2. Forward in time or order or degree

  • "From that time forth"
  • "From the sixth century onward"
    synonym:
  • forth
  • ,
  • forward
  • ,
  • onward

3. Out into view

  • "Came forth from the crowd"
  • "Put my ideas forth"
    synonym:
  • forth

Examples of using

The costumes were red, pink, blue, and so forth.
He walked back and forth on the platform while waiting for the train.
March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers.