go along with


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Related to go along with: go back on, let up, take care of, give rise to, pick up the slack, take it for granted

go along with

verb accede to, acquiesce to, affiliate with, agree to, agree in opinion, agree on, agree with, allow, amalgamate with, approve, arrive at an agreement, assent, associate, band, coadunate, cohere, collaborate, collude, combine, come to an agreement, come to an understanddng, come to terms, comply, concur, confederate, conform, conform to, conjoin, consent, consolidate, conspire, correspond, countenance, echo, give in to, go with, grant, harmonize, join forces with, league with, merge with, pull together, ratify, sanction, side with, stand together, subbit to, unite efforts with, work together with, yield to
Associated concepts: settlement
See also: accompany, agree, attend, authorize, coincide, comply, concur, conform, cooperate, countenance, defer, participate, sanction
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But you doubt he'd ever agree to go along with that.
I don't go along with it and I don't think any member of the LMA (League Managers' Association) would go along with it in their right mind.
The question is simple: do people go along with these so-called spokesmen?
Lots of physical slapstick with this one along with plenty of colorful, wacky characters to go along with Chester.
But Coughlin's explanations for why Blair ultimately decided to go along with the Bush administration do not add up.
I cannot go along with the libertarian philosophy that says that all of the sin laws can be ruled out as simply trying to protect us from ourselves.
He reminds us of all our bigoted stereotypes and all the cruelty and injustice that go along with them.
The heroic figure is Jackson, the only black member of the team, who refuses to go along with the robbery and talks sense to Nate.