Definition of 'to the fore'
Example sentences containing 'to the fore'
The chiming laughter that was one of her principal attractions lost some of its ring, and her natural indolence came to the fore.THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2001)
An angular citizen with popping eyes, and clothes too short for the lank length of his limbs, was pulling to the fore.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2 (2001)
The bungling of the political people and the ordinary army commands has brought the GRU, Military Intelligence, to the fore.KARA KUSH (2001)
Definition of to the fore from the Collins English Dictionary
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