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follow through

verb as in bring to a conclusion

noun as in action of completing something

noun as in quality of following up

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Example Sentences

But it now appears that, yes, British Home Secretary Theresa May could well follow through on the ban.

We need Obama to follow through on his promise to eradicate it.

This hardly seems to be an atmosphere that encourages a sexual assault victim to follow through with an allegation.

Investigating magistrates can later decide to drop the case or they can choose to follow through with a formal criminal charge.

He grabbed international attention, but failed to follow through.

When was a decision made, if you recall, as to the precise route that the motorcade would follow through Dallas?

All we had to do was to follow through the49 ridge with the water on our right, and listen for voices.

Not a wave of her brown hair that I would not patiently follow through all its windings.

He thought dizzily of the spearmen trying to follow through the dark and could almost laugh again.

Then I teed up and drove with a good follow-through action that carried me round several circles before I could stop.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to follow-through, such as: backlash, chain reaction, effect, fallout, impact, and influence.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.