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to·geth·er / təˈge[voicedth]ər/ • adv. 1. with or in proximity to another person or people: together they climbed the dark stairs they stood together in the kitchen. ∎  so as to touch or combine: she held her hands together as if she were praying pieces of wood nailed together. ∎  in combination; collectively: taken together, these measures would significantly improve people's chances of surviving a tornado. ∎  into companionship or close association: the experience has brought us together. ∎  (of two people) married or in a sexual relationship with each other: they split up after ten years together. ∎  so as to be united or in agreement: he won the confidence of the government and the rebels, but could not bring the two sides together. 2. at the same time: they both spoke together. 3. without interruption; continuously: she sits for hours together in the lotus position. • adj. inf. self-confident, level-headed, or well organized: she seems a very together young woman. PHRASES: together with as well as; along with: their meal arrived, together with a carafe of red wine.

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together into one company OE., in one company or body XIII. ME. togedere, repl. togadere, OE. tōgædere = MDu. tegadere (Du. -er); f. * TO + *gad-, as in OE. gæd fellowship, ġegada associate; cf. GATHER.

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togetherblather, foregather, gather, slather •farther, father, lather, rather •grandfather • stepfather • godfather •forefather •altogether, feather, heather, leather, nether, tether, together, weather, wether, whether •bather • sunbather •bequeather, breather •dither, hither, slither, swither, thither, whither, wither, zither •either, neither •bother, pother •Rhondda • mouther • loather •smoother, soother •another, brother, mother, other, smother, t'other •grandmother • stepmother •godmother • housemother •stepbrother • further

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