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goes through

verb as in endure

verb as in use up

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The low wine then goes through a second distillation phase in a smaller spirit still—but more on that in a moment.

If the deal goes through, many sick retirees won't get paid.

You know, a novel comes not from a decision but a frisson, a sort of shiver that goes through you.

On the day of the competition, Catanzaro goes through the workout one more time.

When Congress goes through the budget and rips everything out, of course the first thing to go is ocean research funding.

When the reform is directed at some glaring evil, something that makes us uncomfortable, then it goes through.

He lives at a cove called Black Harbor, and all his truck goes through to him over the company's road.

The earnest and faithful disciple of wisdom goes through life everywhere diffusing knowledge, and everywhere gathering it up.

He moves his hand upward as if tossing something, and goes through the motions of tying a knot around his neck.

He has his little routine of tasks, regularly assigned, which he goes through with the most amusing good-humor and attention.


On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to go through, such as: experience, suffer, survive, undergo, withstand, and bear.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.