along

[adv] - in line with a length or direction (often followed by `by` or `beside`) 2. [adv] - to a more advanced state 3. [adv] - in addition (usually followed by `with`) 4. [adv] - in accompaniment or as a companion 5. [adv] - with a forward motion
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Along

A·long' adverb [ Middle English along , anlong , Anglo-Saxon andlang , along ; prefix and- (akin to Old Frisian ond- , Old High German ant- , German ent- , Goth. and- , anda- , Latin ante , Greek ..., Sanskrit anti...
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Along

A·long' preposition By the length of, as distinguished from across . ' Along the lowly lands.' Dryden. « The kine . . . went along the highway. 1 Sam. vi. 12. »
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Along

A·long' [ Anglo-Saxon gelang owing to.] (Now heard only in the preposition phrase along of .) Along of , Along on , often shortened to Long of , preposition phr. , owing to; on account of. [ Obsolete or Low. Eng.] ' On me is not along thin...
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along

adverb in accompaniment or as a companion; `his little sister came along to the movies`; `I brought my camera along`; `working along with his father`
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along

adverb with a forward motion; `we drove along admiring the view`; `the horse trotted along at a steady pace`; `the circus traveled on to the next city`; `move along`; `march on`
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Along

• (adv.) In a line, or with a progressive motion; onward; forward. • (adv.) By the length; in a line with the length; lengthwise. • (prep.) By the length of, as distinguished from across. • (Now heard only in the prep. phrase along of.) • (adv.) In company; together.
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