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advance to propose or put forth; suggest. [1/13 definitions]
aglimmer putting forth a faint or fluctuating light; glimmering.
Aladdin in The Arabian Nights, a boy who finds a magic lamp and ring, each of which enables him to bring forth a powerful genie who can grant his every wish.
alternate to move back and forth indefinitely between two or more conditions, places, or actions (usu. fol. by "between"). [1/9 definitions]
apostle (sometimes cap.) one of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ who were sent forth to spread his teachings. [1/3 definitions]
attempt an effort put forth in order to achieve or accomplish an end. [1/3 definitions]
badminton a sport in which players use light, long-handled rackets to propel a shuttlecock back and forth across a high net.
bandy to exchange or pass back and forth between two or more people, often competitively. [2/4 definitions]
belch to emit material violently; gush forth; erupt. [2/4 definitions]
boom1 to give forth or utter resoundingly (often fol. by "out"). [1/7 definitions]
bud1 to cause to put forth buds. [1/7 definitions]
burgeon to start to grow; send forth shoots, leaves, buds, or the like (often fol. by "out" or "forth"). [1/2 definitions]
cable car an enclosed passenger vehicle either on rails or suspended on a cable and pulled back and forth by a moving cable, esp. up and down a steep incline or across a chasm.
cat's cradle a children's game in which a looped string is passed back and forth from the fingers of one player to those of the other so as to form a series of intricate patterns.
chassis in a gun, the groove along which the carriage moves back and forth. [1/4 definitions]
commutation the travel back and forth of a commuter; commuting. [1/3 definitions]
commute to travel regularly back and forth between two points, usu. the home and workplace. [1/7 definitions]
conjure to call forth or appeal to (a spirit or devil). [2/4 definitions]
crisscross to move back and forth over. [1/6 definitions]
decree to pronounce or put forth a decree. [1/3 definitions]
diddle2 (informal) to jerk or move rapidly back and forth or up and down; jiggle.