going-over

[ goh-ing-oh-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF going-over

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOING-OVER

He was a mass of cuts and bruises, and he knew they must have given him quite a going-over.

I'll stop by in the morning, when he's awake, and give him a going-over.

What is great in man is that he is a bridge, and no goal; what can be loved in man is that he is a going-over and a going-under.

At the second going-over in her presence the topic was better shaken down, was in a more solidified form for her notebook.

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