join forces

  1. work together on a common enterprise of project
    We joined forces with another research group
    The soprano and the pianist did not get together very well
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How To Use join forces In A Sentence

  • They cannot join forces to vote her out of office.
  • And on Iran, the WikiLeaks disclosures showed the fallaciousness of the argument that an Israeli-Palestinian accord was critical in getting the moderate Arab world to join forces against Teheran. Morning Bits
  • After drifting apart, the pals must join forces when a crooked businessman lets loose a horde of monsters. The Sun
  • Once more, the nephew and the business partner join forces to oust him and, after a bitter and bloody battle, they again triumph.
  • Will convinces the pair not to eat them, but instead join forces in the hunt for the pirates and their captives.
  • Then they headed north to join forces with us.
  • You prefer being your own boss but will happily join forces with organisations you trust. The Sun
  • Now, she is qualified to join forces and she can be pacified by this inane and ossified ideology.
  • We must join forces in our struggle against aggression.
  • American, European and Arab diplomacy should now join forces to mend the Palestinian schism.
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