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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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Cardiff County Council's superintendent registrar Alan Richards said: "We are prepared to go along with most things as long as the ceremony is treated with dignity.
But Gobel later repudiated the statement, saying, "I was told to go along with it.
Chances are, your talkative friend has a mobile phone he can't live without, so why not give him the latest and greatest gadgets to go along with it?
Six football players were named to the All-Golden League first team to go along with Johnny Walker, who was named most valuable player for the second consecutive season.
Why go along with the hero-worship, so universal in our history textbooks, of Andrew Jackson, the slave-owner, the killer of Indians?
The PGA TOUR's season-ending event, THE TOUR Championship, unveiled a new logo to go along with its previously announced new presenting sponsor, Houston-based Dynegy Inc.