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bring together

verb as in center

verb as in couple

verb as in juxtapose

verb as in round up

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Example Sentences

His Faith Angle Forum was created to bring together elite journalists who covered religion and politics with “experts.”

From the beginning I really like to bring together two different worlds in everything I did.

The next move in airline consolidation may bring together a stodgy American brand with a sexy British one.

Both despise those who seek to bring together Christians, Muslims, and Jews along with other religions to find common humanity.

Only one thing could bring together the former first lady and reigning pop star: books.

How small are the masses of pauperism which we bring together, compared with the congestion of one vast House.

Officers were calling aloud the names of regiments to bring together stragglers.

There are a number of hints we wish to bring together in this chapter for the mother to suggest to the caretaker.

I shall bring together here some incidents of my life in Australia that are not closely connected with other events there.

I shall bring together here a few of these suggestions, made at different times and in different countries.


On this page you'll find 480 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bring together, such as: accrue, acquire, add to, assemble, collect, and compile.

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