Go along with

verb phrase


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  • Go a long way toward

    Have considerable effect or influence on. For example, This argument goes a long way toward proving the scientists are wrong, or, as Eudora Welty put it in The Ponder Heart (1954): “It went a long way toward making him touchy about what Uncle Daniel had gone and done.” This idiom, then put as go a […]

  • Goalpost

    [gohl-pohst] /ˈgoʊlˌpoʊst/ noun 1. a post supporting a crossbar and, with it, forming the on a playing field in certain sports, as football. /ˈɡəʊlˌpəʊst/ noun 1. either of two upright posts supporting the crossbar of a goal 2. move the goalposts, to change the aims of an activity to ensure the desired results

  • Go along with the crowd

    verb phrase To lack or eschew individual judgment; do what everyone else does: What the hell, I figured I’d go along with the crowd and vote yes (1940s+)

  • Goals

    [gohl] /goʊl/ noun 1. the result or achievement toward which effort is directed; aim; end. 2. the terminal point in a race. 3. a pole, line, or other marker by which such a point is indicated. 4. an area, basket, cage, or other object or structure toward or into which players of various games attempt […]

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