Go on and Squeal

Go on

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Go on verb – To take place.
Squeal and go on are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Squeal" instead a verb "Go on".
Synonyms for Go on

Squeal

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Squeal verb – To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Go on and squeal are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Go on" instead a verb "Squeal".
Nearby Words: squeak, squealer, squealed, squeaky, squealing
Synonyms for Squeal

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  • While many fangirls would squeal, those who aren't into that kind of thing may go on a homicidal rampage.
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