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Go

Synonyms for go:

Sense 2

wend, steam, forge ahead, push forward, attempt, mania, jostle, effort, prove, lust, zip, rhapsody, zigzag, misfire, get off, kick over, prosper, click, venture, cycle, endeavor, peppiness, get-up-and-go, tootle, outsell, sortie, sled, stick to, commute, explore, backfire, run off, animation, inning, false start, cave, last out, inspiration, traipse, buckle, grope.

Sense 3

utter, chase, ready, pep, smell, gamble, zest, sputter, represent, come over, rev, walk-on, retrace, grind, assay, nose, sell out, burn up, play out, flourish, negotiate, potency, tap out, keep to, thrive.

Sense 4

stab, clear out, motor, look, resort, fare, warming, sell, performance, energy, pour, stint, ping, feel, boom, grab, power, cascade, might, engagement, fire, mode, shove, HIT, shuttle.

Sense 5

knock, render, force, idle, essay, pickup, truck, eat up, flood, appear, tilt, trial, succumb, cruise, log, retire, succeed, pump, remove.

Sense 6

warm up, struggle, pulse, progress, retail, taste, bid, ride, put, puff, together.

Sense 7

stream, strength, ripple, span, shoulder, assault, scrape, measure.

Sense 8

sense, consume, refer, wheel, push, lay.

Sense 9

miss, accept, filter, talk, blow, apply.

Sense 10

come down, trick.

Sense 11

climb, time.

Sense 14

press.

Sense 15

roll.

Sense 18

pitch.

Sense 19

burn.

Sense 20

DO.

agree

jibe.

change

wend.

cohere

hold water.

come off

take place.

depart

start out, take leave, go forth, slip away, set forth, get off, move on, go away.

disappear

dematerialize, die out.

endure

stick.

escape

get out.

exit

go out.

fall into place

click.

get along

move off.

get out

buzz off, run away.

keep going

push on.

leave

set out.

move

get going, locomote.

pass

glide by, go past.

run

go around.

sail

cruise.

shove off

shove off.

speak

pop off.

succeed

go over.

suit

beseem.

support

support, sweat out.

take

take.

tend

make for.

travel

journey.

use up

consume.

work out

figure out.

Sense 1 (noun)

move on.

Sense 2 (noun)

progress.

Sense 4 (noun)

conform, harmonize.

Sense 7 (noun)

come over, look, appear, feel.

Sense 8 (noun)

struggle, chase, attempt, effort, trial run, try, push.

Sense 9 (noun)

represent.

Sense 10 (noun)

succumb.

Sense 11 (noun)

conclude, terminate.

Sense 13 (noun)

grind, cycle, flood, engagement, burn up, idle, gamble, fire, backfire.

Sense 14 (noun)

allow.

Sense 16 (noun)

wend, fare, remove, island hop, explore, DO, roam, push on, bum around.

Sense 18 (noun)

get off, shove off, blow, retire.

Sense 19 (noun)

tap out, apply, resort, utter, refer, pitch.

Sense 20 (noun)

press, forge ahead, change, walk-on.

Sense 23 (noun)

last out, clock in at, go back, span.

Sense 24 (noun)

go for, outsell, sell, retail, sell out.

Sense 25 (noun)

consume.

Sense 26 (noun)

buckle.

Sense 27 (noun)

vitality, inspiration, team spirit, kick in, fervor, zest, verve, kick off, enthusiasm.

Sense 28 (noun)

boom, flourish, play out, go off, prosper.

Sense 29 (noun)

click, come off, pan out, go over, succeed.

Sense 30 (noun)

accept.

Sense 31 (noun)

lay, put, venture.

Sense 32 (noun)

bid.

circumstance (noun)

time.

energy (noun)

get-up-and-go, initiative, peppiness, juice, sprightliness.

oomph (noun)

oomph.

opening (noun)

go at.

spell (noun)

spell.

spirit, vitality (noun)

verve, starch, pep, zest, energy, oomph, potency, snap, push, drive, animation, moxie, hardihood, vigor, life, get-up-and-go, force.

time (noun)

spell, tour, turn.

try, attempt (noun)

whack, essay, shot, pop, turn, stab, effort, bid, whirl, fling.

agree, harmonize (verb)

set, conform, jibe, dovetail, mesh, match, blend, belong, suit, correspond.

change (verb)

shift.

disappear (verb)

sink, evanesce, fly, fade, melt, hide, dissolve, disappear, vanish, evaporate.

elapse (verb)

flow, lapse, slip away.

leave (verb)

step down.

motion (verb)

locomote, move, travel.

move (verb)

stir, pass, shift, transit, relocate, run, move, course, actuate, transfer, proceed, budge, flow.

social (verb)

move, proceed.

span, stretch (verb)

reach, vary, fit, range, make, cover, lead, extend.

Usage examples for go:

  • Will you go in, sir? - "Max Carrados", Ernest Bramah.
  • He told us to go to the breas'works and work. - "Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves, North Carolina Narratives, Part 2", Work Projects Administration.
  • Go and hear him? - "The Parson O' Dumford", George Manville Fenn.

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