Definition of Bring around
1. Verb. Cause to adopt an opinion or course of action. "His urgent letter finally brought me around to give money to the school"
2. Verb. Provide a cure for, make healthy again. "The quack pretended to heal patients but never managed to"
Category relationships: Medicine, Practice Of Medicine
Entails: Care For, Treat
Generic synonyms: Aid, Help
Specialized synonyms: Recuperate
Derivative terms: Curable, Curative, Cure, Healer
3. Verb. Return to consciousness. "These pictures bring back sad memories"
Generic synonyms: Arouse, Awaken, Rouse, Wake, Wake Up, Waken
Specialized synonyms: Resuscitate, Revive
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Literary usage of Bring around
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Queen V. Palmer: Verbatim Report of the Trial of William Palmer at the by William Palmer, Angelo Bennett, Great Britain Central Criminal Court (1856)
"... for a man of fifty. which were of a nature to destroy his character and to bring around his head the suspicion of another murder. Mr. Attorney-General. ..."
2. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1888)
"He did not bring around the policy; he kept the policy. During the Fourth we did not have any policy at all. Right after the Fourth he brought it around. ..."
3. The Standard-phonographic Dictionary by Andrew Jackson Graham (1890)
"... bring around, Ber'-Iug-Arnd. Bring back, Ber'-Ing-Bec-(Kay). Bring down, Ber'-Ing-Den. Bring forth, Bcr -Ing-Kf-(lth). ..."