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  1. forth

    • IPA[fɔːθ]

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    • adv.
      out and away from a starting point;so as to be known or revealed; out
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    • ph.
      state or describe something in writing or speech

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    • ph.
      state or describe something in writing or speech

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    • ph.
      cause a specified response

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    • ph.
      exhibit something

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    • ph.
      produce or give rise to something

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    • ph.
      exhibit something

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    • IPA[fɔːθ]

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    • a river of central Scotland, rising on Ben Lomond and flowing eastwards through Stirling into ...

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    • IPA[fôrTH]

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    • adv.
      out from a starting point and forward or into view: the plants will bush out, putting forth fresh shoots

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    • a river in central Scotland that rises on Ben Lomond and flows east into the North Sea.

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