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  • The four main characters finally got together by the end of the story.
  • Many early forms of music and dance were created for each other and performed together.
  • Students are not required to be together at the same time.
  • The latter two together supply the left side of the same regions.
  • The rest of the families together contain only about five hundred species.
  • You get together with them and you hear about policy, about reaching out to help people.
  • The pair would often play live together as each other's guest.
  • I wanted to create an intimate space where all the arts could come together.
  • The results from these studies were published all together.
  • Related problems in one field are often studied together.
  • But we had great chemistry together, and we never had a bad day.
  • The two lived together for about two years.
  • Thus the better put together solid structures will require more energy to break apart.
  • In the US, two distinct organization exist, although they do work closely together.
  • Red and blue mixed together form violet, blue and yellow together form green.
  • They were driven together into societies for fear of wild animals, he said.
  • The couple has eight children, three of them together.
  • However, many band members are still friends and even tour together under various guises.
  • Because their group members were spread out, this was done in order to continue traveling together.
  • They report a total output which is double that of the rest of the world put together.
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Meaning of together

  • adverb In contact with each other or in proximity
    the leaves stuck together
  • adverb Assembled in one place
    we were gathered together
  • adverb In each other's company
    we went to the movies together, the family that prays together stays together
  • adverb At the same time
    we graduated together
  • adverb With cooperation and interchange
    we worked together on the project