Connor rushed him to get through the doorway before he could close it.
Jackson was right; she could barely get through five or six measures before the tears started to flow.
I will answer your questions and give you the information you need to get through this, but if you dare say one more disparaging word about my best friend, this will not end well for you.
She marched back to the kitchen, but didn't even get through the door before the phone rang again.
His constitution, weakly in childhood, strengthened with advancing years so as to allow him to get through an incredible amount of sedentary labour, while he retained to the last the fresh and cheerful temperament of a boy.
TO MRS. LAURENCE HUTTON Cambridge, Mass., May 3, 1897. ...You know I am trying very hard to get through with the reading for the examinations in June, and this, in addition to my regular schoolwork keeps me awfully busy.
As it would be impossible for an enumerator to get through this task in the course of the census night for more than a comparatively small number of houses, the operation is divided into two processes.
She hadn't been able to get through to anyone else and wondered if there was some magic trick he'd done to reach her.
Fogs and rains and warmer suns are gradually melting the snow; the days have grown sensibly longer; and I see how I shall get through the winter without adding to my wood-pile, for large fires are no longer necessary.
But even mathematics Mr. Keith made interesting; he succeeded in whittling problems small enough to get through my brain.