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Sentence count:59Posted:2016-07-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: advanceboomexpandflourishgaingain groundmake headwayprosperpull aheadthrivewinSimilar words: go aheadahead ofahead of timeahead of scheduleheadhead forhead uphead onMeaning: v. 1. obtain advantages, such as points, etc. 2. grow stronger. 
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1. If only our horse can get ahead of the leading runner,it can win the race.
2. She's keen to get ahead in her career.
3. She wants to get ahead in her career.
4. If we want to get ahead of our competitors, we ought to invest more in R and D.
5. Let's cut through the woods and get ahead of them.
6. She soon found that it wasn't easy to get ahead in the movie business.
7. It's tough for a woman to get ahead in politics.
8. The party permits ordinary people to get ahead.
9. But we get ahead of ourselves.
10. Alek, how do I get ahead?
11. We wish you to get ahead.
12. It has been my observation that most people get ahead during the time that others waste. Henry Ford 
13. Remember that nobody will ever get ahead of you as long as he is kicking you in the seat of the pants. Walter Winchell 
14. Trying to get ahead, trying to get an education, trying to become the best person that you can be.
15. However, the faster we can get ahead with the Development Project the better.
16. They get ahead by a few points, then relax, get lazy.
17. Jimmy is bound to get ahead.
18. To get ahead—you must swim with the tide.
19. He wanted safety, security, a home, and a chance to get ahead.
20. The young man worked very hard and soon began to get ahead.
21. Which just goes to prove, you do have to be a somebody to get ahead in this town!
22. They're made for poor people in countries where it's hard to get ahead in life.
23. Take cheap shots and distort facts in order to get ahead?
24. There are people out there who will do anything to get ahead.
25. No matter how hard we worked, we could never get ahead, and almost every day something else would go wrong.
26. She saw them as an impediment to doing what she wanted to do in life, which was work and get ahead.
27. Having led sheltered lives in the North, they had never had to scrape to get ahead.
28. The first break meant you needed regular inspection and preventive maintenance; you had to get ahead of the problem.
29. It promoted Polgar, leaving his colleagues a memorable lesson on how to get ahead.
30. Aquarians who can't avoid work and commitments will be hard pressed to get ahead today.
More similar words: go aheadahead ofahead of timeahead of scheduleheadhead forhead uphead onforeheadheadlinehead officeheadquartersget atget awaymetalhealhearlet aloneretailget aboutretaindetailwheatcheapcheatheartreadleadget alongset about
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