English verb: go forth
|1.||go forth (motion) go away from a place|
|Samples||At what time does your train leave?.|
She didn't leave until midnight.
The ship leaves at midnight.
|Synonyms||go away, leave|
|Pattern of use||Something ----s.|
|Narrower (hyponym)||abandon, beetle off, bolt, bolt out, break away, bugger off, bunk, buzz off, come away, decamp, depart, depart, desert, empty, escape, fly the coop, fuck off, get, get out, go out, go out, head for the hills, hightail, hightail it, lam, linger, part, pop off, pull out, quit, ride away, ride off, run, run away, run off, run out, rush away, rush off, scarper, scat, scram, set forth, set off, set out, skip, slip away, sneak away, sneak off, sneak out, start, start out, steal away, take leave, take off, take to the woods, tarry, turn tail, vacate, vamoose, walk away, walk off, walk out|
|Verb group||depart, exit, get out, go out, leave, leave, pull up stakes|
|Antonyms||arrive, come, get|
|2.||go forth (change) come out of|
|Samples||Water issued from the hole in the wall.|
The words seemed to come out by themselves.
|Synonyms||come forth, come out, egress, emerge, issue|
|Pattern of use||Something is ----ing PP.|
Somebody ----s PP
|Narrower (hyponym)||come out, debouch, escape, fall, fall out, leak, pop out, radiate|