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  • v. Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ with.
  • v. To choose or accept (a suggestion)
  • v. To date, to be involved romantically with (someone)
  • v. To correspond or fit well with.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. be present or associated with an event or entity
  • v. go or occur together


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  • But who would want to go with me to a Leslie Fenk party?

    After Hours

  • But then a friend of mine whose opinion I respected, Wayne Harriman, said that Dana was a really good guy and that I should go with him.

    This is Gonna Hurt

  • Instead, Zimmer would go with the twenty-two-year-old rookie from the University of Alabama, Bobby Sprowl, who, five days earlier, had lost his first major league start, 4–1, to Baltimore.

    The Greatest Game

  • It would have been tempting for Andersen Consulting to go with a traditional features-and-benefits approach, reciting impressive statistics and cases of spectacular success.

    Experiential Marketing

  • Lottie and Miss Cloom would like one of us to go with them to Bridal Veil Mountain, to make sure that no ill has befallen Miss Pruitt on her way home.


  • A six of spades came on the turn, giving Stuey a four-flush to go with his pair of fives.

    One of a Kind

  • Such persistent use is partly dependent upon motivation to learn, that is, a willingness to absorb and endure the risks that go with new and ever more demanding brain challenges.

    A Mind at a Time

  • As we stood on the eleventh, we felt a slight headwind, and the hole measures a solid 409 yards, so, though I was tempted to hit a three wood and keep it in the fairway, I decided to go with my old Titleist 970D, for which I had paid exactly $49.50 several years earlier.

    The Italian Summer

  • I didn't go to church anymore; mostly because the one time Lizzie had convinced me to go with her to the Baptized Believers in Jesus Church, it scared the bejesus out of me.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • By the time she got to the last regional breakfast she decided to go with the worst excuse possible, telling the RNC members through choked-back tears, My husband was dying of brain cancer and he asked me to make the contribution.

    How to Rig an Election


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