draw together

VERB
  1. bring together in a common cause or emotion
    The death of their child had drawn them together
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How To Use draw together In A Sentence

  • The first was draw together everything people didn't like about the Bush administration, everything it didn't like about two wars and high spending and illegal immigration, and brought those strands into a heavy knot that just sat there, soggily, and came to symbolize Bushism. He Was Supposed to Be Competent
  • With a promptitude that was absolutely terrifying the two lines of red shirts began to draw together, voices growling bodingly, fists clinching, eyes narrowing with the reviving hatred of old contests. The Skipper and the Skipped Being the Shore Log of Cap'n Aaron Sproul
  • Put two halfpennies [pennies] in a purse, and they will draw together
  • The curators have set out to draw together the threads left dangling from Shanghai's glamorous interwar years. Times, Sunday Times
  • And if we try to draw together those seemingly incommensurate attributes, it might be possible to develop a different conception of the Trinity.
  • Put two halfpennies [pennies] in a purse, and they will draw together
  • Put two halfpennies [pennies] in a purse, and they will draw together
  • Put two halfpennies [pennies] in a purse, and they will draw together
  • What the home was lacking was a unified palette to warm the spaces and draw together disparate elements.
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