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go along for the ride

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  1. go along for the rideverb

    To accompany someone in a passive manner, or to take a relatively passive or detached role in a project or group activity.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of go along for the ride in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of go along for the ride in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of go along for the ride in a Sentence

  1. Bruce Banerdt:

    It's a fun way for the public to feel personally invested in the mission, we're happy to have them along for the ride.

  2. Rick Hutcheon:

    We're their biggest trading partner, we're going to get dragged along for the ride, it doesn't mean we're going to have robust or fabulous growth here but I think the downside has been seen.

  3. Will Ferrell:

    I think fans will be very excited and happy with the way the film delivers not only for the fans of the original one but new fans who maybe ... didn't see the first one will be able to come along for the ride as well, it's just bigger scope and brand new fun characters, shot in Rome.

  4. Scott Stallings:

    Trey Mullinax played great today. I was along for the ride for a while.

  5. Angus King:

    I'm looking forward to a full recovery and to continuing my service in the Senate, and no, this does not my affect my intention to run for re-election, except my poor little prostate won't be along for the ride.


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