go along


verb
  1. (intr, adverb often foll by with) to refrain from disagreement; assent

Words Nearby go along

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How to use go along in a sentence

  • She said she'd be pleased to have me go along and learn how to 'trade,' 'cause if I was going to be a farmer I'd have to know.

    Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
  • You go along with a hazel twig, and it dips when you cross water running underground.

    The Gold Trail | Harold Bindloss
  • Of course youll learnwell both have to learn as we go along, and even if we dont succeed its worth trying.

    Those Dale Girls | Frank Weston Carruth
  • Jim and I want to do a little more sleuthing so we might as well go along and camp when it gets dark, no matter where we are.

  • With difficulty they were persuaded to go along with Robert Moffat on board one of the ships in the bay.

    Robert Moffat | David J. Deane

Other Idioms and Phrases with go along

go along

Move on, proceed, as in She was going along, singing a little song. This expression is also used as an imperative meaning “be off” or “get away from here,” as in The police ordered them to go along. [First half of 1500s]

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