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getting together

verb as in gather, accumulate

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Example Sentences

“We always talked about getting together,” McDonald later said.

When I call Albert Brooks to set up a meeting for the following day, he suggests getting together immediately.

“Getting together for a game of chess, backgammon, or just to have a conversation,” the rakers report reads.

So Politico reports that they're discussing maybe getting together and offering themselves a little relief from the law.

Sarah Kliff has a nice little piece on health care advocates getting together to figure out how to control costs.

Well, of course, there is some interest in getting together old papers about this neighbourhood.

Many firms were located within short distances of each other, but until recently have had no way of getting together.

It didn't take us long to get there, and as we came near we could see the Gang getting together.

How, then, shall there be any getting together without an outside authority and an absolute standard?

They fix themselves on the little branches, getting together in great numbers, forming nearly straight 137 lines.


On this page you'll find 141 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to get it together, such as: accommodate, accustom, adapt, alter, conform, and fine-tune.

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