It should go without saying that an accurate report of actual events is a necessary part of any good study.
For example, it used to go without saying that a man would pay on a date.
It should go without saying that our government has no business promoting a program like this and it should be stopped.
Had they gone ahead and bought the medicine he needed, he and his mates would have had to go without food for nearly a week.
Or that today's manhood unfairly forces men to go without a full half of human intimacy.
They will go without meals, play at all hours, and are as greedy as can be about holding on to courts.
Nan allowed him to go without an effort to change his decision.
The most lavish user of butter will discover that it is no hardship to go without it when in camp.
Toddlekins will be furious if we don't go; and yet how can we go without our boots?
The frankness of such a secretly outspoken thought could not go without some derisive self-criticism.