go[ goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF go
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO
She certainly knew he was liable to go at any time, in exactly the way he did go.
The reason I write promptly is that you may not go out of the country just now.
They've put lots of good weight-carriers off the track before they was due to go.
Billy, go up to the address he gives you, and get some of these se-gars.
In low and soothing tones, the maiden inquired, "Where did we go, Paralus?"
When he did go it was always understood to be positively for not more than two weeks.
I've often thought I'd go into some of these big operations here.
Methought anon you saw me go down with three pikes in my breast.
"Because you'd probably have to go to the poorhouse," said Halbert, insolently.
Still he reflected that he would be unable to get out, and in the morning he could go for the constable.