get along with love

Definitions

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  • v. have smooth relations

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Did he get along with the people here at Bio-Med?”

    Fatal Care

  • 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.

    No Excuses

  • 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.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • There'd been a problem at first, because Isadore thought Clara ought to vote rather than him, but she didn't get along with Jack, or maybe Jack didn't get along with her.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • But we're going to have to get along with the Russkis - Jeri said, "Carrie, did you notice that you and John sounded a lot like the Russians?"

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • "I need to find a boy who loves cats as I do, and who can get along with Clarabelle."

    Stork Naked

  • 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?

    Uncle Tom's cabin, or Life among the lowly

  • 'Cept the time Judge Yearly put him in jail for gwine into court drunk as a jurior, he's hardly drawn one sober breath since, and you know, Mr. Markham, it's mighty hard for one poor lone woman like me to get along with three little children, and a drunken husband besides.

    Master William Mitten: or, A Youth of Brilliant Talents, Who Was Ruined by Bad Luck

  • "How did you get along with Hawkinfield as a client?"

    The Cat Who Moved A Mountain

  • Captain Richard Phillimore came aft on Inflexible and told his men that the admiral had decided “to get along with the work.”

    Castles of Steel

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