go to


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Synonyms for go to

be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc.

References in classic literature ?
Or will he go to Ephyra as well, for poison to put in our wine and kill us?
He determined to go to the village, in the first place, attend to his business for an hour, and give notice to Burge of his being obliged to go on a journey, which he must beg him not to mention to any one; for he wished to avoid going to the Hall Farm near breakfast-time, when the children and servants would be in the house-place, and there must be exclamations in their hearing about his having returned without Hetty.
Well, I don't know, gents," replied the noble fellow, "but I suppose SOME train's got to go to Kingston; and I'll do it.
You'll not go to picnics nor anywhere else until you've confessed, Anne.
After I refused to join `the Owls,' as they were called, I made a bold resolve to go to the Saturday night dances at Firemen's Hall.
But as most of them sleep through the Winter, they won't mind that--and besides, it wouldn't be good for them to go to Africa.
Two months or more run along, and my clothes got to be all rags and dirt, and I didn't see how I'd ever got to like it so well at the widow's, where you had to wash, and eat on a plate, and comb up, and go to bed and get up regular, and be forever bothering over a book, and have old Miss Watson pecking at you all the time.
The Spaniards used them civilly, but told them they had acted so unnaturally to their countrymen, and so very grossly to themselves, that they could not come to any conclusion without consulting the two Englishmen and the rest; but, however, they would go to them and discourse about it, and they should know in half-an-hour.
Their worst quarrel took place one evening at dinner when she told him that a man had asked her to go to a play with him.
Whatever he said, and whatever he did, I knew he was going as straight as man could go to his own death by my hands.
Yes, go to the yard and fetch a fowl, please, a cock, and you, Misha, bring me some oats.
I must and will find the bell," said he, "even if I am obliged to go to the end of the world.
They were very playful and inclined to talk--to do anything but lie quiet and go to sleep.
However, the storm was so violent that I saw, what is not often seen, the master, the boatswain, and some others more sensible than the rest, at their prayers, and expecting every moment when the ship would go to the bottom.
At last I resolved to go to my old governess, and acquaint myself with her again.