How to use Go-after in a sentence

go-after
  • I'll go after him.

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  • You can't go after Kris.

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  • So far, deer and rabbits are easier for a few wolves to pull down than a healthy cow, but if the pack gets too big they may go after cattle.

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  • Never mind... and don't go after the cubs!

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  • They were like burrs in his shoes, but he couldn't yet go after them until he'd learned to control his new power.

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  • Before you go after your enemies, let a a few rocks fall.

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  • Isn't that enough to go after him with guns blazing?

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  • You threw me out with nowhere to go after the man who was meant to be my husband was killed.

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  • Then he added, "God knows where Edith will go after it's over."

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  • Where did you go after you left the inter­state rest area?

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  • That cat probably won't bother the adults as long as there are deer around, but it might go after the calf.

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  • I'm surprised he didn't go after you.

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  • Where did you go after Damian's?

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  • He always seemed to know what he wanted and how to go after it.

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  • His contribution to the discussion was a suggestion that the Irish members should form a grand committee to which every Irish bill should go after first reading.

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  • I do not learn that the Indians ever troubled themselves to go after it.

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  • We will go after dinner.

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  • While it may be tempting to go after one's former spouse through a lawyer, this course of action will end up costing you, too.

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  • Christmas tree lights equal a guaranteed fight in most houses, and nothing beats coming home with a tree that is five feet too tall for your house that you need to go after with a chain saw before you can even get it in the door.

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  • Decorating books are helpful resources if you are trying to go after a particular style.

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  • For Bella Swan look-alike makeup application, go after a flawless and natural appearance.

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  • Perhaps you have someplace to go after you are finished.

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  • However, it's important to remember to write down where all of the items need to go after your party is finished.

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  • A two-year degree can give you the confidence you need to go after your dream job or ask for a raise or promotion.

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  • When President Barack Obama took office in 2009, he challenged all adults, moms included, who didn't have a college education to go after it.

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  • These miniature companions have been known to go after much larger dogs and have paid the price for their bravery.

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  • Another goal of the game was to go after Dr. Robotnik (also known as Eggman), who captured animals and trapped them in metal containers.

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  • The guard will then go after the seller instead of you.

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  • You should be able to get in a couple attacks before he tries to go after you.

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  • Before long, baddies show up and steal the movie, forcing Jasmine, of all people, to go after them.

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  • The lender will not be able to go after your estate to receive any additional money, even if the home sells for less than the amount of the reverse mortgage.

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  • Adjustable rate mortgages can be tricky because you are really taking a gamble with which way interest rates will go after you secure the mortgage.

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  • The tour only had a month to go after she found out she was pregnant and with proper care, Christina made it to the end of her tour with no problems and was then able to focus on the upcoming big event.

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  • Your story is an inspiration for anyone to get motivated and go after what they want in life.

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  • If the Free Peoples player decides to move his fellowship, the action dice will be used to go after the ring.

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  • Thieves know this is an ideal time to go after tired and distracted shoppers.

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  • Figure out what is important to you in a relationship and go after what you want.

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  • It's no secret that girls tend to go after the alpha males, so try to project those characteristics.

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  • Guys tend to know what they want, go after it, and deal with the consequences later.

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  • Recently, in an effort to rob Brooke of her two youngest children (Hope and Jack), Stephanie arranged for a sleazy lawyer to go after Brooke.

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  • The RIAA announced in the summer of 2003 that they would go after individual users such networks, and soon after filed their first 60 lawsuits against music traders.

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  • Where did he go after the Baltimore opera?

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  • The restaurant's outdoor patio and casual atmosphere make it an excellent place to go after a day spent cycling through the city.

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  • Just be thankful you didn't go after the million before they yanked the contest.

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