Get-around-to sentence example

get-around-to
  • No, I'm afraid I didn't get around to it yet.
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  • I figured you'd get around to it.
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  • I'm mayor now, until we get around to having an election.
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  • Whenever I get around to getting the proper hookup, I'm sure it will be a fine source in the car too.
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  • This is always a great feeling, especially when you're a guitar newbie and just want to get around to playing a song already!
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  • The main rule for fabrics in your quilting supply stash is that you pick things you like and think you might someday get around to using in a project.
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  • Projects from magazines can be quickly clipped and filed, while online project ideas may be missing by the time you get around to making a particular type of card.
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  • We didn't get around to the other one; the newspaper lady.
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  • We talked about writing a will, but it was one of those things you never get around to doing—we're all going to live forever.
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  • And when you get around to wondering, Lori had enough respect for you and I that she wouldn't horn in on our relationship, either.
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  • We talked about writing a will, but it was one of those things you never get around to doing—we're all going to live forever.
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  • Perhaps this is a good time to make that phone call, pay that bill, or finally get around to asking your nutrition question for an expert answer.
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  • She grabbed her purse and followed him to the truck, leaping in quickly so he could close the door and get around to his side.
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