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- v. To participate, cooperate, or conform.
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- v. pass by
- v. continue a certain state, condition, or activity
- v. cooperate or pretend to cooperate
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IT WAS A PLEASURE ON THAT day, as it had been after every other round of golf at M&C, to make the slow ride down the mountain and then go along the lake.
Though he may have been more conservative on some issuesfor example, on the Soviet Union, which, he insisted well into 1991, remained a potential adversaryhe would plead his case and then go along with the decision that was made.
I go along with Dr. Turner because the whole idea of her—Supermom and superprincipled high school principal along with super D.C. advocate, someone who cares so much—is so quaint as to possibly be inspiring.
He had needed a way to get me to go along with his crazy plan to travel halfway across the country, and what better way to do it than make Leo Gonzalez want to pulverize me.
When it comes to verbal directions, in almost every case, Italians make the route seem much simpler than it actually is: just go along here, take your first left, then sempre diritto, and you really cant miss it, they will say.
I could not go along blindly like Leigh Ann, giggling as she modeled her wedding dress, finishing up a new quilt she would present to Jack Norton after they were sealed as man and wife.
And the men of Caerfalas might not go along with it.
I will go across Brandon Hill, you go along the rope walk.
Weinberger, Casey, and Allenall of whom had seen an earlier draftapparently were willing to go along with Haigs proposal.
Citibank had persuaded the Zairians to give up the demand for a fifteen-year rescheduling, and the other 12 agent banks to go along with the plan and not to call Zaïre into default.