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To the fore

In advance; to the front; to a prominent position; in plain sight; in readiness for use.
In existence; alive; not worn out, lost, or spent, as money, etc.
- W. Collins.

See also: Fore Fore

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To tear out
To tear up
To tell no store of
To tell of
To tell off
To tell on
To tell tale of
To tend a vessel
to that
to that degree
to that effect
to that extent
To the backbone
To the bitter end
to the contrary
To the end
-- To the fore --
to the full
to the highest degree
to the hilt
To the last
to the letter
To the life
to the limit
to the lowest degree
to the north
to the point
To the question
to the south
To the teeth
To think better of
To think much
To think much of
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