go-ahead

[ goh-uh-hed ]SEE DEFINITION OF go-ahead

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We are too much of a go-ahead people to do much looking back.

In this go-ahead age and country, that were a palpable waste of time.

He grunted when Mayo gave the go-ahead bells and the throb of the engines began.

It certainly was, and the members of the Go-Ahead Club were delighted.

"We must make 'The Mercury' a go-ahead, up-to-date paper," said Cairns.

In business they are not generally your pushing, go-ahead operators.

All my books are of a go-ahead stamp; they sell by thousands.

I wondered if I might not meet some this afternoon at the lecture at the Go-ahead Club?

A go-ahead people will not be content to stop short at operas and concerts.

They waved their readiness to Tony, who relayed the go-ahead to Zircon.

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