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His New Deal Coalition brought together Southerners, Northern ethnic minorities, and urban blacks under the same banner.

The government brought together 90 of their greatest athletes, some of the best in the world.

Do you guys see yourselves in bands like One Direction, which were also brought together on a reality show?

The bar had brought together an array of people united by a desire to settle into a home away from home with a drink in hand.

In this almost-authentic arena, groups of teenagers are brought together in a myriad of ways.

Seldom has war brought together such a motley assemblage of races as gathered on the Ridge during the siege of Delhi.

In descending it is recondensed, and by the process by which its atoms are brought together its latent heat is made sensible.

The two extremities were brought together, but parted by a little silk, on a neck muscle.

I have however to some extent made use of the material he has brought together in Vol.

The jib was unbent, the sheet and head were brought together and made into a sack.


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.

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