take along

[ teyk-uh-lawng, -uh-long ]SEE DEFINITION OF take along
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Somethin' for her to take along when she goes out West to Betsy.

"We could take along emergency tanks and drop them," Stan said.

We can take along some of this gasoline in some of these empty tins and cans.

"You shall have a bottle to take along," I promised, with alacrity, but he demurred.

And I went, as soon as my father could give me a week's rent to take along.

Ain't you got a horse or a donkey that I can take along with me to carry them?

She put in I don't know what all good, an' she had me pick some hollyhocks to take along.

We bought a few things here which we thought we could take along with us.

I'll leave these things here with you, and I'll just take along that bench over there.

It was always necessary to take along so many paraphernalia.

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