How to use Got-around-to in a sentence

got-around-to
  • He never got around to the guy who tried to enter Ethel Reagan's apartment.

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  • Quinn made me listen to the details of each unsuccessful attempt before he finally, got around to the facts.

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  • Closest relative was a sister who finally got around to selling the property in '55.

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  • Never got around to saying I didn't.

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  • After he finally got around to apolo­gizing, the two men opened more beer and began to discuss mat­ters more rationally.

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  • Last night I finally got around to uploading the January updates, and noticed that I'd sounded rather morose and irritable.

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  • Now there's nothing stopping you from downloading one of these old, wonderful classic novels, curling up under the warm glow of a lamp, and diving into an old classic that you never got around to reading before.

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  • The good thing is that you can sometimes find clothing that hasn't even been worn; people often try and sell clothing that they just never got around to wearing.

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