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push along

verb
1.
(intransitive, adverb) (informal) to go away
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  • Now I must push along, or father won't trust me with his business any more.

    A Study In Scarlet Arthur Conan Doyle
  • We do not want to stop here; we wish to push along to the coast.

  • It was difficult to push along the Appian Way, because of the throng of people.

    Quo Vadis Henryk Sienkiewicz
  • It was easy to push along the path and look up at the lighted window.

    Command William McFee
  • On the pavement the crowd was dense, and it was difficult to push along.

    The Sweep Winner Nat Gould
  • I can push along in the Park, where it's all straight going.

    Berry And Co. Dornford Yates
  • I refused the money and continued trying to push along the bill.

  • Formerly, to be sure, one had from the start to paddle slowly or push along the trails made by natives or game animals.

    Our Vanishing Wild Life William T. Hornaday
  • Now, old boy, push along—think you're in for an Athletic Cup, with a lot of ladies looking on!

  • Not to exceed five or six days, because we know every step of the way, and we can push along pretty lively.

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