Illness did not bring out the angel in her.
It allows you to bring out the best in you.
As terrible as disasters are, they can also bring out the good in people.
New consoles bring out the worst of gaming cheerleaders, and it's best ignored.
Further misery would play into the hands of his rivals—and bring out the pot-bangers.
SIMON -They say it can bring out the best and can bring out the worst.
Grooming gloves are great for shedding dogs that run away when you bring out the brush.
Brown them for a minute in a hot oven to add colour and to bring out their true nutty flavour.
Some even bring out plastic chairs and sit in the middle of the road with their donation boxes.
We’ve spent thousands of hours on research and testing to find the best stuff to bring out your inner meat whisperer.
Unfortunately, times of genuine crisis bring out both the helpers and those who will try to exploit the unsuspecting.
Its mango and papaya fruit extracts bring out the warmth to help give skin an instant but natural, "sun-soaked glow."
It’s the unexpected flavour combination that makes this simple paste so special – the chilli and onion bring out something entirely new in the almond.
The combination of pickled mushrooms, parsley and garlic works with the sweet, slightly acidic semi-dried tomatoes to bring out the best in the gurnard.
Lemon or lime juice, natural yoghurt or soured cream all bring out the natural sweetness of ripe bananas, especially in fools, drinks, mousses and ice creams.
But their presence does show that the modal argument fails to bring out the real difficulties with descriptivism and the fundamental need for singular propositions.
Meanwhile, boil the wine in a small saucepan for 30 seconds – this will remove the bitter alcohol content, soften any tannins in an oaked wine and bring out the depth and fruitiness of its flavour.
“This is going to be a positive campaign that seeks to bring out the very best from every single one of us, that seeks to unite a very divided country,” O’Rourke said in a video announcement posted on Thursday morning.
The play is delivered faithfully to the screen in the BBC Shakespeare television series, where the director’s vision was clearly to bring out the text itself rather than impose a distinct interpretation upon it, as you can see from this clip of the balcony scene.
Making a motion as if pulling up a car’s hand brake, a soccer official who has known Infantino for years explained how, during his time at UEFA, leaders there were able to bring out the best in Infantino while checking him when his bold plans threatened riskier outcomes.
- make manifest
- bring out of a specific state
- prepare and issue for public distribution or sale
- direct attention to, as if by means of contrast
- bring onto the market or release
- encourage to be less reserved
Example: The teacher tried to bring out the shy boy
- take out of a container or enclosed space
- bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc.
- make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret
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