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join forces

verb as in league

verb as in pool

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Example Sentences

If the Americans are going to lump them together with ISIS, maybe best to join forces.

The minute you start putting in Western forces even some Libyans who hate the militants will join forces with them.

Will they join forces and battle the White Walkers together?

And we all continue to join forces to honor and support our remarkable military families.

U.S. and Canada should join forces, says Diane Francis, author of the new book Merger of the Century.

He had been scouring the country on his own account, and he was willing enough to join forces with Mark Twain.

If the maid had gone off first, I had to consider whether they would not again join forces as soon as I was well out of the way.

We would join forces in genteel fashion, and have ourselves straightened out some day before the mayor.

Here they easily persuaded the Messenians to join forces with them and declare war against the Spartans.

Here they hoped to join forces with Montgomery, who had already captured Montreal, and then come back to renew the siege.


On this page you'll find 226 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to join forces, such as: collude, conspire, cooperate, hook up, participate, and coact.

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