• Definition for "bring out"
    • To elicit, evoke, or emphasize a specific quality.
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  • Quotes for "bring out"
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"Loving a child doesn't mean giving in to all his whims to love him is to bring out the best in him, to teach him to love what is difficult."

"Loving a child doesn't mean giving in to all his whims to love him is to bring out the best in him, to teach him to love what is difficult."

"Old age and sickness bring out the essential characteristics of a man."

"It is the nature, and the advantage, of strong people that they can bring out the crucial questions and form a clear opinion about them. The weak always have to decide between alternatives that are not their own."

"Elia Kazan understood my problems. He was able to bring out the very best in me. He gave me credit for my intelligence."

"Everything that's bad for you catches on too quickly in America, because that's the easiest thing to get people to invest in, the pursuits that are easy and destructive, the ones that bring out the least positive aspects of people."

"It is my belief that we all have the need to feel special. It is this need that can bring out the best in us, yet the worst in us."

"Some movies bring out the creativity in you. Every single audience member can become creative in the face of a particular movie. If you happen to like my films, it's because my films provide a bed for you on which you can find your creativity. The Hollywood movies do not provide that for you."

"We're all sick of holy wars and bloodshed because religion is supposed to give us life and a better life and is supposed to bring out our best self. When it results in mass destruction and hatred and anxiety, it's the antithesis I think of what religion was designed to do."

"When we seek to discover the best in others, we somehow bring out the best in ourselves."

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