Synonyms for bring up:
Sense 2 (noun)
begin, open, go on, continue, get out, throw in, add.
Sense 3 (noun)
bilious, teach, chuck up, airsick, carsick, disgorge, bloated, cloy.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
custody, the empty nest, hothouse, custodial, rein.
bring up (noun)
call forth, nurture, name, advert, cite, evoke, stir, refer, arouse, conjure, parent, mention, conjure up, boot, put forward, lift, rear, invoke, elevate, call down, reboot, raise.
cloy, go on, nausea, pipe up, custody, teach, keep down, travel sickness, spit up, gorge, bilious, start in, regurgitate, seasick, gag, begin, queasy, upchuck, carsick, retch, adopt, puke, motion sickness, disgorge, chuck up, airsick, broach, toilet-train, the empty nest, nauseous.
moot, sickness, tuck in, revolving door syndrome, nauseating, throw in, bloated, remind, tuck into, custodial, nauseate, sicken, heave.
hothouse, get out, rein, stop, throw up, hurl.
spoil, disgust, stomach, turn.
moot, touch on.
retch, puke, spit up, upchuck.
Other synonyms and related words:
quote, submit, moot, puke, assert, remind, disgorge, upchuck, teach, grow, call, stall, advance, concern, broach, resurrect, touch on, retch, set up, foster, introduce, suggest, prepare, touch, reference, regurgitate, throw up, draw up, nourish, extract, chuck up, stop, posit, allude, fetch up, open, farm, discover, vomit, gag, produce, promote, heave, note, adduce.
conjure, conjure up, call forth, stir, evoke, put forward, arouse, raise, invoke, call down.
initiate, mention in conversation (verb)
introduce, moot, broach, touch on, put forward, refer, advance, submit, raise, advert.
raise youngster (verb)
nourish, teach, nurture, foster, rear.