get-together

[ get-tuh-geth-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF get-together

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Well, as a get-together I must admit that the outlook was kind of frosty.

This is well recognized throughout the State, and the exclusive “get-together” movements are received with general ridicule.

The farmers held a get-together meeting, decided on a location for a market in Lockport, decided on market days and market hours.

In these days of get-together movements denominational leaders should think clearly with reference to "federated" churches.

After the party at the Fords, there was a get-together at the Mellers residence sometime before that weekend.

Specifically, was there a get-together at your home the night after the party that you had on the 28th of December?

The get-together movement will help religion, and it's going to happen surely.

Meal time is joy time; it's the get-together period of smiling faces.

Would you tell us to the best of your recollection what was said at this party or get-together?

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