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banded together

adjective as in connected

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But she said through the accusations from Rome and the hurt they caused, the American sisters have banded together.

The groups eventually banded together and reached the South Pole on December 13, 2013.

In January, a group of investment banks banded together to establish criteria for green bonds.

Us old men have banded together to hopefully create another teen classic for a new generation, Vampire Academy.

Forty years ago, business interests banded together to push back against the left—and succeeded brilliantly.

Yo' may be kind hearts, each separate; but once banded together, yo've no more pity for a man than a wild hunger-maddened wolf.'

Nine withes of witch hazel, banded together, is used as a rustic appliance to guard against witching influence.

They didn't want to send to town for clothes for him, so Lacy and her jes' banded together and made him the suit.

Several squads are banded together into a company,—the basic fighting unit.

Undaunted by the dim glow of the lantern, they banded together for a fresh attack.

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On this page you'll find 129 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to band together, such as: ally, amalgamate, annex, associate, combine, and confederate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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