Get-going sentence examples

  • I guess we'd all best get going.

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  • "Heard what?" he asked, anxious to get going.

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  • I've got to get going.

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  • I expect my equipment here in the next hour or two and we'll get going.

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  • "Sorry to bother you," I said with haste, anxious to get going.

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  • "Let's get going to Montrose and find you some luggage," he called.

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  • I should probably get going.

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  • With breakfast in their bellies, the group was anxious to get going.

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  • He added, Look, I've got to get going.

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  • Oh, we should get going then.

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  • Well, I hate to leave, but I'd better get going or I'll miss my plane.

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  • We better get going.

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  • Now let's get going.

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  • I'd better get going.

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  • Put your teeth in and let's get going.

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  • Neither finished his beverage; Fred because he was anxious to get going and Dean because he could only take a small dose of the perfumed blend.

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  • I'd better get going if I want to make it back before dark.

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  • Speaking of working, I'd better get going.

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  • The book can be put down once you get going.

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  • The only veg not enjoying the weather are the runner beans - they need a little more heat to get going.

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  • If a chick is only going to give the come-on to a guy who's going places either give up or get going!

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  • When you can't afford downtime and you just need to get going.

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  • Buy UK or Buy US Alex Garland's cult novel ' The Beach ' - a real page turner once you get going!

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  • runner beans - they need a little more heat to get going.

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  • stiffen when you are asleep, but it takes less than half an hour to get going in the morning.

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  • So the only option was to move the wisteria to a more open position to give it a chance to actually get going.

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  • And it 's hard to put down once you get going.

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  • The joints stiffen when you are asleep, but it takes less than half an hour to get going in the morning.

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  • Champagne cocktails are a lot of fun to drink, but it's very easy to go overboard once things get going.

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  • Remember, if the pressure gets tough, get going and pass the ball to those willing to help you attain your success.

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  • There are absolutely no direct costs involved to get going with this great army game.

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  • A few of these resources can be accessed free of charge so that you can get going learning some country dances in no time at all.

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  • You simply have to get in there and keep at it until you improve but you can get a strong sense of what you're in for and how to get going by reading and studying up on it first.

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  • In some cases, you might decide to give the partnership a try - just remember to be discreet, go slow, and consider a new job if things really get going.

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  • Relationships get going when two people spend time together getting to know each other through sharing thoughts, doing activities together, having disagreements and working through them.

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  • Getting a tattoo is typically a lifelong endeavor, so be sure to get going on the right foot.

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  • Use this as a pick-me-up on those mornings when you can't get going - it's guaranteed to do the job like nothing else.

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  • Well, I'd better get going.

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  • Almost everyone wants to live somewhere leafy once they get going.

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