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Synonyms for step forward

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. come to the fore, step forward, come forward, step up, step to the fore, come out(verb)

    make oneself visible; take action

    "Young people should step to the fore and help their peers"

    Synonyms:
    start, bulge out, come forward, step up, escalate, fall out, break through, out, go forth, come on, place, bulge, surface, come in, step to the fore, intensify, rev up, pop out, egress, bug out, come out of the closet, come to the fore, push through, erupt, turn out, emerge, show up, turn up, pop, issue, appear, protrude, come out, come forth

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How to use step forward in a sentence?

  1. Rolf Skar:

    It's a good step forward.

  2. Bernie Sanders:

    We must take the next step forward and guarantee every man, woman and child in our country basic economic rights, this is what I mean by democratic socialism.

  3. Nora Volkow:

    This particular study is a step forward in that we can now state with a higher degree of confidence that cannabis use is associated with an increased prevalence and incidence of substance use disorders but less likely to be linked with any mood disorder or anxiety disorder.

  4. Diane Abbott:

    The architect of this crisis, Theresa May, must now step forward to give an immediate, full and honest account of how this inexcusable situation happened on her watch.

  5. Daniel Russel:

    Despite these flaws, this election can be a significant step forward for the credibility and sustainability of Burma's reform process.

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