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Things trending on Twitter is just a reflection of a very superficial level of interest in headlines which are going around.

Have I been going around the neighborhood and shaking down babies for their lunch money?

“Her recall of the events of that night have been going around a good bit,” Meggs said.

This was done not too far after we had all the anthrax letters going around, so it does evoke that in an office environment.

I tried going around a different street, and cops on an armored personnel carrier waved me back.

The first public game would certainly draw fifty thousand people; and for solid fun would be worth going around the world to see.

However, I was awakened by a tremendous bombardment, all our guns going around us.

She was going around from one to the other in the place asking, asking everyone, for her baby.

"Going around expecting things to be what they seem can get you in trouble—especially on this island," Geo commented.

I'm not going around robbing my friends who are disappointed in my commercial value.


On this page you'll find 420 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to go around, such as: round, shot, stint, stretch, accomplishment, and act.

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