What is another word for setting forth?

Pronunciation: [sˈɛtɪŋ fˈɔːθ] (IPA)

When we express or communicate our thoughts or ideas, we often use the phrase "setting forth." However, there are many synonyms for this phrase that can add more depth and variety to our language. Words like "expounding," "elucidating," "articulating," and "clarifying" can be used to imply a more detailed and comprehensive explanation of an idea. Meanwhile, words like "presenting," "revealing," "disclosing," and "unveiling" can be used to describe the act of bringing forward something previously hidden or unknown. Using these different synonyms can make your language more nuanced and interesting, and can help to communicate your ideas more effectively.

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What are the hypernyms for Setting forth?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for setting forth?

The antonyms for the phrase "setting forth" can depend on the context in which it is used. In a literal sense, some antonyms could include "withdrawing," "retracting," or "pulling back." Alternatively, in a more metaphorical sense, opposite phrases could include "ending," "concluding," or "finishing." If the phrase refers to a presentation of ideas or arguments, antonyms could include "suppressing," "concealing," or "dismissing." In general, antonyms for "setting forth" could include any phrase or word that suggests a lack of action, presentation, or assertion.

What are the antonyms for Setting forth?

Famous quotes with Setting forth

  • And yet the Nobel Prizes, in singling out individuals, have done a great deal of good in pointing up to the world as a whole and setting forth clearly goals for achievement.
    Willard Libby
  • In order to set forth the goodness of God towards myself, I have thought it prudent to record some of the leading incidents of my life, as a means of setting forth to my children that He is a rewarder of them who diligently seek Him.
    William Rowley
  • Christ's whole life on earth was the assertion and example of true manliness — the setting forth in living act and word what man is meant to be, and how he should carry himself in this world of God — one long campaign in which the "temptation" stands out as the first great battle and victory.
    Thomas Hughes
  • Already handbills were in circulation; some presenting, in large print, the alternative of justice on the conspirators or ruin to the Republic; others in equally large print urging the observance of the law and the granting of the Appeal. Round these jutting islets of black capitals there were lakes of smaller characters setting forth arguments less necessary to be read: for it was an opinion entertained at that time (in the first flush of triumph at the discovery of printing), that there was no argument more widely convincing than question-begging phrases in large type.
    George Eliot

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