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Synonyms for follow

accompany

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come after

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obey

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copy

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succeed

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keep up with

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follow something through

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follow something up

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Synonyms for follow

to keep (another) under surveillance by moving along behind

to take as a model or make conform to a model

to occur after in time

to occur as a consequence

follow through: to strengthen the effect of (an action) by further action

follow up: to strengthen the effect of (an action) by further action

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to travel behind, go after, come after

be later in time

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come as a logical consequence

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travel along a certain course

act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes

come after in time, as a result

behave in accordance or in agreement with

be next

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imitate in behavior

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follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something

perform an accompaniment to

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keep informed

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to be the product or result

accept and follow the leadership or command or guidance of

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adhere to or practice

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work in a specific place, with a specific subject, or in a specific function

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keep under surveillance

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grasp the meaning

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References in classic literature ?
When he had fully assured himself that the other guardsmen were not listening, he asked me why I had not followed the rope, and when I told him that it had ended at the five corridors he said that it must have been cut by someone in need of a piece of rope, for he was sure that "the stupid Kadabrans would never have guessed its purpose."
We followed the two slaves to the apartments of O-Mai the Cruel.
Pierre went in at the door, stepping on the soft carpet, and noticed that the strange lady, the aide-de-camp, and some of the servants, all followed him in, as if there were now no further need for permission to enter that room.
The provost-marshal was in attendance, to prove that the General was in earnest; and in the throng that followed the proclamation, Herncastle and I met again.
He followed Rosa in his stocking feet, walking on tiptoe.
Most will say, "You really need to work on your follow-through," or "Make sure you remember to follow through," or something along those lines.
@Stereophonics Follow him because: He's open and honest.
The findings follow a 2010 pilot study with 139 women that supported the feasibility of phone follow-up, in which 64% did not require in-person office follow-up (Contraception 2010;81:143-9), Ms.
1 : to go or come after or behind <The dog followed the children home.> <Dessert followed dinner.>
Will university students enrolled in a studio art course, who access the edublog, follow specific links related to their instruction?
THE FOLLOW THROUGH: With the salary increase, he was able to save more money.
If you want to follow along as we proceed, download our demonstration Access file from www.aicpa.org/pubs/jofa/ sep2006/mahoney.mdb.
Waugaman for young bilingual (English/Spanish) readers, Follow Your Dreams/De Asas aos Seus Sonhosis: The Story Of Alberto Santos-Dumont is a biography of the intriguing life and incredible accomplishments of Alberto Santos-Dumont who grew up in Brazil.