go on and on


go on and on

go on and on 1

See go on, def. 5.

2

Continue without stopping, last for a long time, as in This trail goes on and on, or The movie went on and on. This usage was first recorded in 1938.

Related Words for go on and on babble, digress, meander, wander, blather, cackle, prate, ramble, chatter, mutter, yap, drivel, tattle, murmur, jaw, utter, mumble, gab, talk, yak

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