Thesaurus / go-ahead

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And, indeed, it was not so heavy by a good deal as the cedar boats of the Go-Ahead girls.
WYN'S CAMPING DAYSAMY BELL MARLOWE
The operators were to give the special the "go-ahead," and after it had passed, to set their signals against the following engine.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE
These represent the main tendencies which actuate mankind in public affairs—the go-ahead and the stand-still.
It may be a go-ahead country, but the towns stand perfectly still.
CANADA FOR GENTLEMENJAMES SETON COCKBURN
First, that America is not intellectually a go-ahead country, but both for good and evil an old-fashioned one.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAWGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
People are a little too go-ahead, if anything, and try to do too much in too short time.
He grunted when Mayo gave the go-ahead bells and the throb of the engines began.
And when once they have chosen this new path, they are much more "go-ahead" than the Germans.
RUSSIADONALD MACKENZIE WALLACE
That which is popular and holds out advantages must go down in our go-ahead country.
Trade and civilization is Jonathan's motto, While 'go-ahead' is the pass-word that has placed him where he is—in power.

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