in conjunction with; combined
our salaries put together couldn't pay for the damage
we couldn't pay for the damages with all our salaries put together
How To Use together with In A Sentence
- Mix together with as few stirs as possible - mixing too much will make the muffins too dense and heavy. The Sun
- These planes are made with two separate stocks held together with either metal or turned wooden screws.
- I think the argument of race as a cause of criminality like Walter brings up is somewhat off-point - The reason why those racial divides in criminality show up is mainly because those lines go together with education - or rather: the lack of good education. Can a Godless Society be a
- Her wrists were bound together with rope, and so were her ankles, her neck open to the air and the world, and her entire body was in a guillotine, the blade lingering high above.
- Competition is keen and candidates must offer a minimum of an upper second class honours degree together with evidence of satisfactory financial arrangements.
- Sandwich together with the bun tops and serve. Times, Sunday Times
- Together with other Brassica species, it likely descends from a hexaploid ancestor followed by extensive rearrangements, making its genome essentially a triplicated A. thaliana genome.
- But dropsy was still poorly understood until Bright, who put it all together with diseased kidneys and albuminuria and distinguished dropsies of renal origin from other etiologies.
- It is therefore essential that they properly monitor the growth of broad money together with the build-up of wider inflationary risks. Times, Sunday Times
- Hanging on paper, and yet weighed down by leavy burdens* Trade necefijury to Enable us to fuppbrt an enox - motts debt; and yet that debt, together with an excefs of paper* money, working continually towards the dcftruAion of trade. — The Monthly Review