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Origin of go-around
Words nearby go-around
Example sentences from the Web for go-around
This is likely to be Dewhurst's second go-around losing a GOP primary in the past two years.The Strange Texas Political Ad That Parodies Frozen|Ben Jacobs|May 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mr. Bobbsey got Flossie and Freddie some new "go-around" bugs, and the small twins had lots of fun with them.The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island|Laura Lee Hope
Laddie was very glad to see them, and he was much amused at the "go-around" bugs.The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City|Laura Lee Hope
British Dictionary definitions for go-around
Idioms and Phrases with go-around
Also, go round. Satisfy a demand or need, as in Is there enough food to go around? [Mid-1800s]
Same as go about, def. 1.
go around with. Same as go with, def. 1.
go or run around in circles. Engage in excited but useless activity. For example, Bill ran around in circles trying organize us but to no avail. This idiom was first recorded in 1933. For what goes around comes around, see under full circle.