going

[ goh-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF going

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOING

I see some man in the East has a fad for breaking the ice in the river and going swimming.

He never could find out what was "going on" to bring so many folks into town.

I'm going back there, and get things in action, and I'm going to stay by them.

The purpose of his going thus far with them made itself evident.

"You will find out what I am going to do," said Ben, grimly.

Halbert thought it was time to be going, and accordingly got up and took his leave.

I'm going to stay to dinner with you, and you must give me something better than that.

Going back amazed, he asked his companion who the girl he had seen could have been.

Going to his office, he was fortunate enough to find him in, and unengaged.

Have you formed any definite plans about the manner of going?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GOING

hitting

adjectivefiring smoothly; said of an internal combustion engine
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