Synonym: accept, apply, consent, fancy, hold, hope, take to, try for. Similar words: do for, shrug off, profound, and so forth, out of order, something of, at the beginning of. Meaning: v. 1. be pertinent or relevant or applicable 2. give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to 3. intend with some possibility of fulfilment 4. have a fancy or particular liking or desire for 5. make an attempt at achieving something.
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2. Sal suggested that we should go for a swim.
3. He proposed that we should go for a walk.
4. We go for walks in the fields occasionally.
5. We'd better go for a doctor.
6. Let's go for a run across the fields.
7. Go for a little jog to keep fit.
8. You may go for aught I care.
9. zero in your target,and go for it.
10. Let's go for a walk together.
11. Let's go for a bike ride .
12. Let's go for a walk in the park.
13. Let's go for a saunter along the river.
14. Let's go for a run across the.
15. I must go for a pee.
16. Shall we go for a walk after breakfast?
17. Can this brush go for a paintbrush?
18. We use to go for a midnight walk during the midsummer.
19. Let' s go for a walk instead of playing video games.
20. If it's not too cold, we can go for a paddle .Sentencedict.com
21. He goes for its full,delicious flavors. I go for its economy.
22. Don't go for looks;they can deceive. Don't go for wealth; even that fades away. Find the one that makes your heart smile.
23. I thought we might go for a drive on Sunday.
24. When the rain lets up we'll go for a walk.
25. I'll go for it.
26. When he wants to go for a walk, the dog sits by the door with a woebegone expression.
27. When she found that the baby still had a high temperature after twelve hours, the young mother decided to go for a doctor.
28. Don't leave your bag in the office when you go for lunch.
29. Why don't we saddle a couple of horses and go for a ride?
30. Never doubt yourself. Never change who you are. Don't care what people think and just go for it.
More similar words: do for, shrug off, profound, and so forth, out of order, something of, at the beginning of.