follow

[ fol-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF follow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOLLOW

As you do not propose to follow the sea, it will not be worth while to go as cabin-boy.

The marsh appears to follow along the south side of the range.

We could follow the blood-drops for a long way over the stones.

"You see we do not follow the English style," said the smooth hostess to Philip.

The next question was, whether it was possible to follow them.

What have I done that you should follow me with this relentless spite?

Reconstruction, readjustment, restoration all these must follow.

He could follow his target as though a magnetic power attracted his rifle.

Someone, as he crossed the room, whirled to follow him with a glance.

This artist, in the words of Lanzi, "was the first to see and follow light."

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