Got-on Sentence Examples
It was amazing how things returned to normal so quickly when they got on the plane.
Bonham Carter with two officers and four petty officers had got on a Carley raft and floated down the canal.
He got on so well that he was not only a useful helper to Reuchlin but anticipated the manuals of the great Hebraist by composing in 1501 the first Hebrew grammar in the European tongue.
In a state of nature, every recurring severe winter or otherwise unfavourable season weeds out those individuals of tender constitution or imperfect structure which may have got on very well during favourable years, and it is thus that the adaptation of the species to the climate in which it has to exist is kept up. Under domestication the same thing occurs by what C. Darwin has termed "unconscious selection."
I should have put one on you before you got on the plane, but maybe it will help.Advertisement
Having stripped off with great alacrity, Daniel got on the bed.
When I was there, he got on with all the lads and would never say anything detrimental about any player.
I mean, the moment I got on the plane, I'd be gripping those armrests like my teeth were being drilled.
You can find out how our intrepid duo got on (with photos) in the next issue of Open House.
All of the 9/11 terrorists had fake ids, yet they still got on the planes.Advertisement
He got on the phone and started coming out with very agitated, slightly paranoid things.
The testing strips and tiny needles for the finger pricker can be got on prescription.
The evergreen Stuart Kestenbaum got on the podium in the Brands Hatch Season Starter last weekend, and is the highest-placed championship returnee.
In the Autumn of 1988, Sue Perkins got on stage to perform her first ever stand-up routine.
Didn't let it bother me tho, just wore the full waterproofs and boots and got on with it.Advertisement
I had to feel for the rails with my toe; but I was not afraid, and got on very well, until all at once there came a faint "puff, puff" from the distance.
My tutor had plenty of time to explain what I did not understand, so I got on faster and did better work than I ever did in school.
He was merely a man of the world who had got on and to whom getting on had become a habit.
In short, I got on with my life while polio receded ever further in my memory.
I got on with riding my bike, safe and smug in the knowledge that I 'd done my bit.Advertisement
So Steve 's got on with the tiling in the bathroom and what he 's done is looking really good.
Did n't let it bother me tho, just wore the full waterproofs and boots and got on with it.
If they slip up and down and out of the shoe a bit, then you've got on a pair that's too big.
He understood this language, and after the song ended, he got on the microphone himself and said, "the bride from hell says we can't do anymore karaoke so I guess we won't be singing anymore.
By the time we got on the road it was 9 o'clock at night.Advertisement
People magazine reported McPhee saying, "I was bingeing my whole life away for days at a time … So when I got on the show, I said, 'You know what?
Both girls seemed like just lovely ladies and they got on famously with The Bachelor Jason Mesnick's son Ty as well as with his family.
What you wore when you got on the ship was what you normally had when you left it.
A final idea for free beading projects isn't truly free, but it will help you use up the otherwise worthless supply of beads you've got on hand.
Turn the fabric right side out and stuff with batting, beans, birdseed, potpourri, or whatever else you've got on hand.
Preston also got on well with Pete Burns, controversial punk rocker who achieved fame in the eighties with his new wave band Dead Or Alive.
When they finally got on the plane, she and Jonathan had a window seat - Jonathan in front of her.
He told me he got on a ship in Galveston and sailed for three years.
With all you're got on your plate, being a basket case would be perfectly acceptable behavior.
Cleary must be going bonkers wondering how we got on to him.
They had from early times a very complicated system of superstitious medicine, or religion, related to disease and the cure of disease, borrowed, as is thought, from the Etruscans; and, though the saying of Pliny that the Roman people got on for six hundred years without doctors was doubtless an exaggeration, and not, literally speaking, exact, it must be accepted for the broad truth which it contains.
The Henriade had got on considerably during the journey, and, according to his lifelong habit, the poet, with the help of his friend Thieriot and others, had been "working the oracle" of puffery.
Till late in the 18th century the nationality question remained untouched, and the Austrian peoples got on well with one another.
In fact, they got on so well, we were able to have a nice natter.
Paul had got on the phone and wangled four days leave as soon as he 'd heard.