Antonyms for goes under

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Fertility depends on her; she goes under the earth to find her lover.

He must, in a word, have all that goes under the name “force of character.”

"We can do it easy, if Edwards goes under first," hastily replied Harlan.

“Not unless you goes under my own eyes,” retorted old Jones.

Just the nose of him is above water, and sometimes he goes under altogether.

No, when a man in England goes under, nobody goes down to look for him.

Either he goes under, or he must arm himself with brutality.

With this planet strong in the horoscope a person never “goes under.”

He is like a submarine; when he goes under you never can tell where he will come out.

But before she goes under the anesthetic she wants to see you.