Synonyms for Go on:
n.throw in, open, bring up, add, get out, find your tongue, break your silence. sum up, conceive, conceptualize, behave, come up with, appraise, draw a conclusion/an inference, infer, execute, act, judge, measure, hit on. talk, dispense, administer, dose, drug, converse, chatter, drug up, speak, administration (of an estate). practically, all but, hardly, almost, scarcely, barely, close, nearly, well-nigh. emcee, debut, appear, amuse, conjure, extemporize, entertain. bleep out, anchor, front, bring in, hand back, edit, edit out, guest, go on (the) TV/radio. dive in, set about, begin, start, take over, go to, get around to, start on, take up, get down to. that'll be the day, come, come/come now, Bah, don't give me that, my ass, a likely story, no way, you could have fooled me, tell me another (one), yeah, right. talk away, hold forth, drone on, babble, ramble on, go on about, discourse on/upon. arrive, come to pass, unfold. change direction/course, branch out, strike out, break with, try your hand at something, change over, sample, give something a try, turn your hand to something. chop down, call, block, blank, bobble, dive, deny. go for it, don't hesitate to do something, shoot, I wish, want, (do you) understand?, someone would be well advised to do something, be to do something. press, flow, head, walk-on, forge ahead. follow through, stay the course, press ahead. work, play, function, cope, operate, into operation, cut in. tick away, creep by, passing, intervene, wear on, time flies, the passage of time. •go on (noun)
pass, march on, proceed, go along, advance, continue, come up, carry on, hap, move on, occur, pass off, progress, keep, pass on, come about, come-on, take place, happen.
suffer, tolerate, remain, put up with, tarry, persevere, bear, last, continue, undergo, endure, linger, experience, abide, persist.
abide, remain, continue.
linger, forge ahead, progress.
•go on (verb)
occur, persist, last, take place, persevere, execute, advance, come about, bear, proceed, behave, endure, carry on, act, happen.
drug up, drone on, begin, entertain, ramble on, dispense, conjure, talk away, hold forth, press ahead. unfold, cope, amuse, dose, drug, chatter, bring up, administration (of an estate), emcee, throw in. babble, add, administer, debut, get out. appear, follow through. play, cut in. want. operate. function. shoot. open. start. work. •come on
stay the course, go for it.