Antonyms for going along

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It couldn't have been—I'd have heard of it if it had; you see it woke me up just going along the road.

The older daughters suspected this, and said: “We are not going along!”

"I'll be going along with you, Mr. Quilliam," said Jonaique.

I tell you I don't want any of your strops—so you may as well be going along.

Dan could see them going along the upper promenade; then they passed from sight.

Going along, a smart landau passed them, carrying a young man.

If you fellows are going along, we'll have to make the necessary arrangements.

Unktomi was going along; his way lay along by the side of a lake.

I'll be going along now, I think, to have a look at the town.

The hunting is not going along as successfully as is desired.