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Sentence count:97+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-17Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: bypasscirculateget aroundoutflankrevolverotateshort-circuitspreadSimilar words: aroundall aroundget aroundrevolve aroundaround the cornerround and roundroundgroundMeaning: v. 1. be sufficient 2. become widely known and passed on 3. go around the flank of (an opposing army) 4. turn on or around an axis or a center 5. avoid something unpleasant or laborious go-around. n. an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt. 
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(1) I asked them to go around to the house to see if they were there.
(2) Love makes the world go around.
(3) These misguided people go around preaching up violence.
(4) The belt won't go around my waist.
(5) Let's go around the town, not through it.
(6) You can't go around accusing people like that.
(7) Let's go around to his office and talk to him.
(8) There aren't enough chairs to go around.
(9) The automobile slowed down to go around the curves in the road.
(10) I used to go around with a bad crowd.
(11) How do you make the wheels go around?
(12) Is there enough ice-cream to go around?
(13) There were never enough textbooks to go around.
(14) Don't go around with that gang or you'll come to no good!
(15) He'll probably go around bragging to his friends.
(16) There are not enough desks to go around in the classroom.
(17) Half the time you go around with your eyes shut.
(18) We used to go around together as a foursome.
(19) I fear the apples wouldn't go around.
(20) Eventually we will not have enough water to go around.
(21) If the gate's locked, you'll have to go around the side of the house.
(22) I can't go around my friends begging for a home, can l?
(23) It saddens me that there are people who go around vandalizing public places like this.
(24) How could she go around with such undesirables?
(25) You then go around the south-west shoulder of Sgurr Dearg to reach the corrie.
(26) It's all go around here.
(27) We need a job, and I thought we could go around and ask if people need odd jobs done.
(28) We'll have to double up on books; there aren't enough to go around.
(29) A simple error of judgement meant that there was not enough food to go around.
(30) My letters were all returned to me, so I decided to go around to her house in person.
More similar words: aroundall aroundget aroundrevolve aroundaround the cornerround and roundroundgroundround upall roundround offsurroundcome roundbackgroundsurroundingmiddle groundon the grounds ofwear outbear outclear outfoundercompoundprofoundabound inboundarysoarboardon boardgoatgo all out
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