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for the length of

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next to

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for companionship

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  • for companionship
  • with you
  • as company
  • as a companion

accompanied by

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Synonyms for along

with a forward motion

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Even if somebody like you comes along and takes his tree away from him, still it is there, and still did he make it.
And before I can pick up my strength that there hot fit comes along and knocks me over again.
A heavy shower, a down- pour, comes along, making a noise.
And on the top of it all the mob comes along and kills you, too.
But it ain't often either that a man comes along with a cabload of things to join a ship at this time of night.
1 job comes along by August, he is prepared to step in as Jol's right-hand man at Fulham.
Phillips said: "I've had a chat with the manager and he's said I can go if the right offer comes along.
The theory is, that if a spider comes along it will take one look at the conker and mistake it for a much bigger spider and go away," he said.
I think the January transfer window is a time when business sometimes comes along," he said.
I think the January window is a time when business sometimes comes along," he added.
It just comes along with the mechanics and the deception, I guess.
If a guy comes along who wants to be a part of what I have to offer, then I'll definitely have room for him in my heart--although we might need to buy a bigger house.
When another, evil doppelganger comes along, he must make a life-changing decision.
NOW: A car heading from Berry Street towards St John's Centre car park currently comes along Renshaw Street, continues straight along Lime Street and reached the car park entrance.
Russ Stratton, the film's coproducer, says, "Every so often, a novel comes along that not only strikes a strong dramatic and historical chord, but that allows us to look at ourselves through a long lens of incredible wisdom.