Herschbach recalls attending one party with a fire blazing in a courtyard and plenty of grog to go round.
I must have a band of this hair, long enough to go round the head, from just above one ear to just above the other.
How long will it take you to build a wall that will go round our City?
They got ashore, and fastened the painter to a sapling on the bank, because it was not long enough to go round a pile.
I had to go round with a basket after breakfast collecting them.
And with that he turned away and began to go round among the guests.
I thought that we might go round to the stables about eleven and see for ourselves.
I was told to go round there, but no such person was known, and no one had heard of a child being lost.
Before any one could go round the storehouse, I had reached the street.
I am just at home though, and if I go round by the stables no one can make any remarks.
A turn; a repetition: That was nice. Let's have another go-round (1960s+)