go around[ goh-uh-round ]SEE DEFINITION OF go around
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO AROUND
She did not go around it, or about it, or upon it, or under it.
He backed away, stiff-legged with self-consciousness, and tried to go around her.
“Go around to Helen, and—take that gun,” she said authoritatively.
Did you not go around by Sukey's and see her on your way home?
"We have to go around the patrol stations on the road," Sim explained.
"Now, I'm going to go around and see my friends," said Mr. Basswood.
Does he go around with a pistol on a trick-pony, same ez the circus?
The bear saw them coming, and called to the fox to go around some other way.
"I'll go around and see George Washington, if you don't mind," she said.
Do not go around with a pocket full of advice offering it to everyone.
1727, "action of going," from go (v.). The sense of "a try or turn at something" is from 1825; meaning "something that goes, a success" is from 1876. Phrase on the go "in constant motion" is from 1843.