Thesaurus / pull together
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It's simple enough: When two people find themselves in the same boat they've got to pull together if they want to get anywhere.

Alias The Lone WolfLouis Joseph Vance

I brought a long, thin, but very strong rope with me, and I think if we all pull together we can do it.

What I am trying to do is to prove, by citing history, that a supernatural order and a merely human state can not pull together.

Just give me a little time to pull together and get my legs under me again, and—forward march!

The Air TrustGeorge Allan England

Just now we must pull together and find out where she found the diamonds, and who put them there.

GretchenMary J. Holmes

One misses the fine broad border which does so much to "pull together" the earlier medallion windows.

Good nursing, proper food, and a brief rest were enough to pull together Porter's yielding nerves.

The Short Line WarSamuel Merwin

Because they are about the same height, one cannot dominate the other in height; then make them pull together as a mass.

The Painter in OilDaniel Burleigh Parkhurst

We don't begin to pull together for a result the way those wheels and pulleys did.

Carl and the Cotton GinSara Ware Bassett

Your way at any rate is not my way, and it is unwise that we should attempt any longer to pull together.

The AmericanHenry James

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