go together[ goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF go together
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO TOGETHER
Had I my dearest wish, it would be that we should go together.
We will go together, since I was to have accompanied you to your house this evening.
This is why sex-denial and sex-excesses so often go together.
Cannot we—and she drew Dolly closer to her—'cannot we go together?'
The two ever go together, in exact proportion to each other.
Throwing open a door, she said there were two rooms which must go together.
We will go together to Versailles about the end of this month.
Remain with me, then, for a day—for two at furthest—and we will go together to Naples.
We will then go together to the convent, and I will ask for M. M.
I will not allow you to go by yourself; we must go together.