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Use "goes" in a sentence
"(_She goes out hurriedly through the hall door_.) _Nora_ (_goes to_ HELMER'S _door, opens it and peeps in_)."
"In the meantime, I claim that as far as such evidence goes, — (and it certainly goes a very little way, yet, _as far as it goes_,) — it is a note of S. Mark’s authorship, that within the compass of the last twelve verses of his Gospel these two compounded verbs should be met with."
"If a label goes out of their way before they sign you, that's pretty impressive."