We had met in the morning in a filthy alley of the town, and had forgathered.
He and Yank had found much in common, and forgathered of evenings before our campfire.
Now, Little Jim had not forgathered with punchers and townsfolk for nothing.
Miss Wishart and I forgathered accidentally at the Midburn yesterday, said the man.
It was to decide this that, in the heat of August, the directors and the president had forgathered.
Yet he was merry 260 enough when at nights they forgathered around the fire and told their respective tales of vain searching.
So I just skipped, came back here, and forgathered with a lone, lorn Englishman on his first trans-Channel trip.
Here he acted as president of those who forgathered, being by virtue of his wisdom readily conceded this position.
The two went into the familiar studio, the big room where Blair and his friends had so often forgathered with jests and laughter.
He was "looking about him" in Glasgow when he forgathered with his cousin William—the borer he!