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Synonyms for along

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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You'll get a bit o' barley to-day, Knowles,' I says, 'if you look about you'; and then I went round by the rick-yard, and towart the Treddles'on road, and just as I come up by the big ash-tree, I see the man i' top-boots coming along on a bald-faced hoss--I wish I may never stir if I didn't.
Nay, Little John," said Robin, "be not vexed, I prythee; but I have been watching him coming along, bent beneath that great bag over his shoulder, ever since thou didst begin thy song.
To keep to the road which gleamed white in the mist would have been safer because it would be easier to see people coming along it.
Say, Matt," he began with a smile, "what do you think I saw under the Varnum spruces, coming along home just now?
There were six of them coming along under their sunshades, with four servants mounted, and three muleteers on foot.
He had met the merchant, from whom he was wont to buy Lincoln green, coming along the road; and had made known his wants in few words.
Of course, their dugout was much larger than ours, and, consequently, infinitely heavier and more cum-bersome; nevertheless, it was coming along at quite a clip, and ours was yet but barely moving.
In the edge of the evening, a boat was heard coming along, and George Shelby handed Cassy aboard, with the politeness which comes naturally to every Kentuckian, and exerted himself to provide her with a good state-room.
Every time I catch him in company, to his dying day, I'll ask him in the guileless affectionate way that used to gravel him so when I inquired how his unborn law business was coming along,
But, he was not far off, for presently she heard a troubled movement and a shouting coming along, which filled her with fear.
The better to set this fear at rest, I changed the form of my inquiries; and spying an honest fellow coming along a lane on the shaft of his cart, I asked him if he had ever heard tell of a house they called the house of Shaws.
Beside the little old gentleman sat a little old lady, plump and placid like himself, and the pony was coming along at his own pace and doing exactly as he pleased with the whole concern.
BILL WITHERS, sworn, said: "I was coming along about
The images aroused are the same if you say to me, "Suppose there were an escaped tiger coming along the street," and if you say to me, "There is an escaped tiger coming along the street.
Coulson continued, "if he saw me coming along on the promenade, he'd turn round and go the other way, for fear I'd ask him to come and have a drink.