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- v. To interact or coexist well, without argument or trouble.
- v. To survive; to do well enough.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. proceed or get along
- v. have smooth relations
- v. develop in a positive way
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` ` ` Oh, we'll get along nicely with milk for the little ones, and potatoes and salt for the big boys and girls, and we won't trouble you any more nor any longer than we can help, Mr.Gubtil. '
He had only one condition: I had to be able to get along with Ray Dooley, a laconic, shrewd master of the Massachusetts political landscape who was now directing the campaign.
He had the temperament of a team playerwanting to get along with his colleagues, insisting on dealing openly and aboveboard with everyone, working hard to build consensus where possible, and standing ready to offer his advice and counsel without ever insisting that it be taken.
Early in February, 1866, Mrs. Reed died, leaving her family, in their first shock, unable to see how they would get along without her.
You get along real well with Dr. Lindo, the principal.
But, how in the world can Miss Ophelia get along with Augustine St. Clare, -- gay, easy, unpunctual, unpractical, sceptical, -- in short, -- walking with impudent and nonchalant freedom over every one of her most cherished habits and opinions?
St.C. The Lord knows; but she 'll get along in heaven better than you or I. Eva.
It can get along no other way with its parents, its mistress, its young master and missie play-fellows.
“Did he get along with the people here at Bio-Med?”
I want to go home, for I cant get along without the ladies, when I am sick,