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These are all good reasons to move ahead with the plan, but unfortunately, none of them are actually true.

Or, put another way, if we would just act right as a community, then we could move ahead.

He could reform the political system, draft the ultra-Orthodox and move ahead with the Palestinians.

We were taught that you had to be better than whites in order to move ahead, so we were very competitive.

Helping Afghanistan recover and move ahead remains a slog, and our hope for instant solutions is dangerous.

She is now said to be on a tack or board, and will move ahead in the direction Northwest.

Once out of the mouth of the river, the Drab swung around, then began to move ahead.

At once all was activity, and the men prepared to move ahead at a moment's notice.

As soon as the machinery started there was a trembling and throbbing throughout the whole boat, but she did not move ahead.

She went out to her carriage with a triumphant air: she felt that she was one move ahead of the colonel.


On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to move ahead, such as: advance, carry on, carry over, endure, extend, and go on.

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