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goes along

verb as in agree, cooperate

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Example Sentences

Bob Dylan has been making it up as he goes along for fifty years.

This time, the church will have to make up the rules as it goes along.

Pohl, who appointed himself to the trial, is having to make up the rules of his court as he goes along.

I felt that the draw of the money and the fame and all that goes along with that lifestyle were traps for me in my life.

In some cases, though, one party needs the openness, while the other goes along with it reluctantly.

There is little opportunity for studying hand-books as one goes along.

From the buttress foot a sheep-walk goes along the scarp—see, you can follow it from here in the dry grass.

At first the men do not notice the negligence of the new pilot; they are only pleased to find that the boat goes along so easily.

He warms up as he goes along, and magnifies its importance in a ridiculous way.

As he goes along, nothing escapes his observation, and what he sees and hears he accounts for immediately.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to go along/go along with, such as: accompany, acquiesce, act jointly, assent, collaborate, and concur.

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