go no further


of something stated, discussed, etc.
: to not be told to anyone else
Don't worry, what you've told me will go no further.

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web The only survivors are either those who are content to go no further or those who somehow master the game and the network. Pradeep Aradhya, Forbes, 10 Dec. 2021 The Clippers had advanced to the conference finals for the first time in 37 years in Los Angeles, but will go no further. Bill Plaschke, Los Angeles Times, 30 June 2021 The new rule concludes a broader overhaul campaign that began in mid-2018 but will go no further for now. Sean Reilly, Science | AAAS, 9 Dec. 2020 Can’t go no further down under the earth. BostonGlobe.com, 4 Nov. 2021 Satire could go no further in the direction of art without ceasing to be comic at all—and yet her pieces remain, at heart, sweetly, winsomely flirtatious. Adam Gopnik, WSJ, 16 July 2021 The Houston area has numerous locations for just such an adventure, but fortunately, Pasadena residents need to go no further than Burke-Crenshaw Park. Robert Avery, Houston Chronicle, 5 June 2020 Zelenskyy cautiously welcomed Beijing’s involvement but the overture appeared to go no further. Karl Ritter, USA TODAY, 17 Mar. 2023 After all, the bacteria go no further than the gut. Amber Smith, Discover Magazine, 15 Dec. 2022 See More

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“Go no further.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/go%20no%20further. Accessed 6 Jun. 2023.

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