bring sb up
badly, well

children who have been well brought up

Bring is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑future, ↑morning, ↑waiter, waitress
Bring is used with these nouns as the object: ↑action, ↑advantage, ↑air, ↑anarchy, ↑anxiety, ↑appeal, ↑benefit, ↑bill, ↑booze, ↑bottle, ↑case, ↑chaos, ↑charge, ↑chorus, ↑civilization, ↑claim, ↑clarity, ↑closure, ↑colour, ↑comfort, ↑complaint, ↑consolation, ↑credibility, ↑crowd, ↑death, ↑delight, ↑democracy, ↑dignity, ↑dimension, ↑disappointment, ↑disaster, ↑discipline, ↑discredit, ↑disgrace, ↑dividend, ↑dowry, ↑efficiency, ↑end, ↑energy, ↑enjoyment, ↑excitement, ↑experience, ↑expertise, ↑fall, ↑fame, ↑flexibility, ↑flood, ↑flush, ↑fortune, ↑freedom, ↑gain, ↑gasp, ↑gift, ↑glory, ↑gospel, ↑greeting, ↑guest, ↑happiness, ↑harmony, ↑help, ↑honour, ↑hope, ↑immigrant, ↑increase, ↑indictment, ↑intensity, ↑joy, ↑kudos, ↑litigation, ↑luck, ↑lunch, ↑message, ↑misery, ↑news, ↑notoriety, ↑offering, ↑order, ↑perspective, ↑picnic, ↑pleasure, ↑present, ↑prestige, ↑problem, ↑proceedings, ↑profit, ↑prosecution, ↑prosperity, ↑reaction, ↑realism, ↑reassurance, ↑reconciliation, ↑refreshment, ↑relief, ↑renewal, ↑respite, ↑retort, ↑retribution, ↑return, ↑revolution, ↑reward, ↑ruin, ↑sadness, ↑salvation, ↑sanity, ↑satisfaction, ↑semblance, ↑sense, ↑shame, ↑solace, ↑sorrow, ↑spirit, ↑stability, ↑status, ↑subtlety, ↑success, ↑suit, ↑supply, ↑tea, ↑terror, ↑total, ↑touch, ↑tourist, ↑trouble, ↑understanding, ↑unity, ↑victory, ↑visitor, ↑warmth, ↑water, ↑wealth, ↑word, ↑wrath

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