verb as in take the place of
verb as in trail, pursue physically
verb as in act in accordance with
That followed November’s elections when four new states legalized recreational marijuana, and two legalized medicinal use.
Isaiah Todd soon followed, shunning a scholarship offer from Michigan.
“It’s really — it’s crazy times, and I’m not too scared of getting it personally, but I’m following all the rules that I’ve been told to follow,” Oshie said.
A witness told investigators that the Sikorsky S-76B disappeared into clouds as it followed the route of Highway 101 through a pass in the hills, a moment that also was recorded on video.
Then came the last president’s attempts to overturn the election results, followed by a violent insurrection at the Capitol and an inauguration held under tight covid restrictions and an ominous military presence.
Tend to your own garden, to quote the great sage of free speech, Voltaire, and invite people to follow your example.
They prevailed last August, obtaining—follow me here—an injunction prohibiting the enforcement of those provisions.
The follow-up story is how those who survived both the competitive onslaught, as well as the recession, have adapted.
JetBlue has been flying charter jets to Cuba for three years, and others are sure to follow.
An attorney was asked to follow up, but no records indicate what happened next.
In 1856 she married Mesdag, who, rather late in life decided to follow the career of a painter.
You will follow the suite of my daughter to Spain, and you will become the bosom Counsellor of the wife of your Prince?
She now understood nearly all that was said directly to her, though she could not follow general and confused conversation.
A test examination would follow of a perfunctory character, and an intimation of your appointment would be the sequel.
These are obtained easily, whence follow the sinister reports that they give your Majesty, to the harm of the public welfare.
On this page you'll find 305 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to follow, such as: pursue, chase, displace, ensue, postdate, and replace.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.