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coming together

adjective as in confluent

adjective as in convergent

noun as in conflux

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Example Sentences

UVA has a strong community known for coming together in times of need.

What made the possibility of their coming together are the airstrikes.

I worry about things, but at the same time, I have a lot of faith in people coming together to solve problems.

Women are coming together online to shame men who harass and abuse them.

It is coming together now, mending, he sees it in paragraphs, is almost afraid to sleep for losing the connections.

They shiver through the forest, coming together in one deep mingled sound like that of a gong.

To suppose that all, all I could do, would prevent youth from coming together at the last!

Rolt was somewhat depressed, for his Brigade had lost heavily, but they too were gradually coming together.

As was pointed out in the chapter on definitions, each of these various groups has a customary center for coming together.

Then, too, there is grandeur in the coming together of a multitude to worship in oneness of spirit.


On this page you'll find 873 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to come together, such as: admix, alloy, ally, coalesce, combine, and compound.

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