a person who acts as an agent or intermediary between persons or groups; emissary.
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How to use go-between in a sentence
“The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there,” L.P. Hartley famously wrote in The go-between.Memory Porn: America’s Obscene Anniversary Obsession | Tim Teeman | June 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
No, most of us go between the pages to get inside different minds and learn more about how people tick.Virgil, Jane Austen and Other Authors Can Teach Us About Love | Maura Kelly | January 20, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
But it was a long way to go between having that lead and getting to the point where we knew where Osama bin Laden was.
Universal executive Dylan Clark (who has subsequently resigned to take another position) was forced to act as go-between.
CBS executives said Medium will go between their two Friday night dramas.
But our century demands a certain politeness and decency in speech; wherefore I employ the term I have, to wit, go-between.The Merrie Tales Of Jacques Tournebroche | Anatole France
Lopez made an offer to act as go-between, to effect a reconciliation; but Everett declined the offer.The Prime Minister | Anthony Trollope
Chanzi, the go-between, comes to the house of Frme and tells her of the fraud perpetrated on Nachman.
There was nothing unnatural in the idea; such things were, even in Geneva; and Louis was a go-between, not above the task.The Long Night | Stanley Weyman
Thirdly, he was in league with the missing peddler, who seemed to act as a go-between for Ellen and her correspondent.The Incendiary | W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy
British Dictionary definitions for go-between
a person who acts as agent or intermediary for two people or groups in a transaction or dealing
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