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go without

verb (intransitive)
(mainly Brit) to be denied or deprived of (something, esp food): if you don't like your tea you can go without
that goes without saying, that is obvious or self-evident
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  • They will go without meals, play at all hours, and are as greedy as can be about holding on to courts.

    Camping Alexandra G. Lockwine
  • Nan allowed him to go without an effort to change his decision.

    The Root of Evil Thomas Dixon
  • The most lavish user of butter will discover that it is no hardship to go without it when in camp.

    Packing and Portaging Dillon Wallace
  • Toddlekins will be furious if we don't go; and yet how can we go without our boots?

  • The frankness of such a secretly outspoken thought could not go without some derisive self-criticism.

    The Secret Agent Joseph Conrad

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