go on

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Synonyms for go on

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I knew you would be bothered, but I knew also that if I didn't go on I would be ashamed of myself.
But go on, I have tried MY best to save you from beggaring yourself by your riotous charities--now for the thousandth time I wash my hands of the consequences.
You look through the window for one second, or for two seconds, you see something, and you go on your way.
I mean what made you make up your mind so quickly to go on this expedition when you heard Beecher was going?
He knew it was madness to go on asking her that, but he could not help himself.
When I got on my feet to go on again, I happened to turn my head toward the door of the house.