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  • v. To be in the company of; to accompany; to become intimate with.
  • v. To impregnate.
  • v. this sense?) (UK, slang) To get off with.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • This afternoon I did go out towards Sir D. Gawden's, thinking to have bespoke a place for my coach and horses, when I have them, at the Victualling Office; but find the way so bad and long that I returned, and looked up and down for places elsewhere, in an inne, which I hope to get with more convenience than there.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys, November 1668

  • "It works a lot of the stabilizer muscles that you don't normally get with a weight room machine," Ruud said.

    The Daily Evergreen News Feed

  • Now and then, while surfing around on the tube, I’ve paused to watch some lily white TV evangelist, who looks like either a closet case or a hypocrite who sneaks off to the Dominican Republic with somebody else’s Viagra prescription to get with slave-wage prostitutes—oh, wait, no, that’s Rush Limbaugh.

    Roseanne Archy

  • These things are true, of course, but when they get with a shiksa, they fall all over themselves to keep her.

    Roseanne Archy

  • I got to my feet, and as I headed out, I said to Ron Daly, “I’ll get with you later.”

    Street Judge

  • They do not realize that no woman really likes them all that much once she gets to know what a bunch of whiners they are, and so, once they get dumped for a smarter, richer Jewish guy, they keep trying to get with newer, thinner, dumber shiksas, and that takes some money when you look like a Dustin Hoffman.

    Roseanne Archy

  • It has only 5 grams of effective carbs, compared with the blood sugar-spiking 28 to 40 grams you get with even whole-grain pastas.

    The Truth About Beauty


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