go along[ goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF go along
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO ALONG
Mart, I've got tickets to a show,—a nice place,—and I want you to go along.
Mart, you go along with her, and I'll see about things to-morrow.
Well, I'm going to talk to father, and I think likely I'll want to go along with him.
See how they lift their feet, and go along like a high-stepper of a horse.
Certainly he will not go along the next week end––or the next, either.
If you don't want any one to see you, we will go along by the Mascle.
Go along too, Joe and Lucy, and get all the books you can; then we'll see.
When he left, my soul seemed to go along, a companion of his own.
And I don't care if you go along with all the old men from here to Joppa.
Yes, he said, I entirely agree and go along with you in that.