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accompany to go along with (someone or something); join with. [1/3 definitions]
adventure to go ahead despite danger or risk. [1/5 definitions]
amusement park an outdoor place offering games, rides on merry-go-rounds and roller coasters, and the like, and refreshments.
antecede to go before in time, or to be higher in rank or place.
approach to come or go near to. [2/9 definitions]
ascend to go upward; climb; rise. [2/5 definitions]
attend to go along with; accompany or assist. [1/7 definitions]
auxiliary verb a verb used usu. with participial forms of other verbs to express certain tenses, aspects, moods, and the like, such as "have" in "I have escaped" and "should" in "You should go".
back to move (something) in the reverse or opposite direction; cause to go backward. [1/15 definitions]
backpack to go camping, hiking, or the like using a backpack. [1/3 definitions]
backtrack to go back to an earlier opinion or policy. [1/2 definitions]
bath (often pl.) an establishment where people go to take a bath or to obtain therapy. [1/4 definitions]
bathe to go swimming. [1/6 definitions]
bear1 to go in a direction; turn. [1/8 definitions]
begone go away (usu. used in imperative).
blend to go together harmoniously. [1/8 definitions]
bolt1 to produce flowers or go to seed prematurely. [1/14 definitions]
-bound going toward, or planning to go to. [1/2 definitions]
buck2 to go forward in a series of jerks. [1/7 definitions]
bypass a highway that is built to go around an obstacle or an area of congestion such as a city. [2/5 definitions]
canter to go or cause to go at a canter. [1/2 definitions]