shoulder-to-shoulder

ADVERB
  1. side by side and close together
    the troops marched shoulder-to-shoulder
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How To Use shoulder-to-shoulder In A Sentence

  • The timekeepers were unable to separate the world record holder and the Jamaican, after the pair crossed the line shoulder-to-shoulder in 7.58s.
  • They fought shoulder-to-shoulder with men against the injustices of colonial rule.
  • After about half an hour tailing my taxi, we arrive in a smart area on the outskirts of Rhodes town itself, where modern hotels stand shoulder-to-shoulder facing a small but pleasant beach.
  • At the April G20 summit in London, France's Nicolas Sarkozy and Germany's Angela Merkel stood shoulder-to-shoulder to insist pointedly that this recession was not of their making.
  • By continuing to work shoulder-to-shoulder with in-country partners to increase local capacity under national strategies, the Emergency Plan will continue to build on its early success.
  • The president reiterated in a telephone call to his counterpart, Lee Myung-bak, that the US would stand shoulder-to-shoulder with its ally.
  • More often, the underground traffic jam gnarls, and her overcrowded car will be filled with grouchy commuters, sardined shoulder-to-shoulder, sweaty and cramped, for almost an hour.
  • Stephens' clearance kick from behind his own post was kept in play by Ladell, who hacked the ball on three times in a shoulder-to-shoulder race to the tryline.
  • Taverns and shops stood shoulder-to-shoulder with carpet stalls, cutlers, and street-side grills that gave off delicious smells, but that, too, faded as Brandark turned down a wide avenue.
  • Burridge will now compete with the top 20 scorers in a shoulder-to-shoulder shoot at Bookham Rifle Club on April 6.
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