How to use Gets-on in a sentence

gets-on
  • This is Rufus, a rough collie, who gets on great with Misty - in fact, they are now inseparable.

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  • Then he gets on my case because I did an MTV commercial where I banged a stupid gong.

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  • I am a very sociable person who gets on with all kinds of people.

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  • When it is time to weight again, the scale resets to zero automatically when the animal gets on the scale.

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  • If any water gets on the cabinet floor, soak it up with a rag.

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  • When wax accidentally gets on something, it is easy to clean.

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  • Once a relationship gets on this path, it's almost impossible to become romantic lovers.

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  • What many systems fail to realize is that a stricter dress code could be enforced if everyone gets on board with the enforcement.

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  • Visit the flea market in advance to get an idea of how much traffic the venue gets on any given weekend and whether other vendors offer similar products.

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  • If blood gets on a fabric-based item you would like to keep, attend to the sick or injured, and then immediately return to the item as soon as you can.

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  • At that point, we have our own team of doctors and psychiatrists to ensure that everyone who gets on the show will be safe and mentally able to handle it.

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