How To Use Together In A Sentence

  • Mix together with as few stirs as possible - mixing too much will make the muffins too dense and heavy. The Sun
  • When your bulbs arrive, or you buy them from the garden center, gather everyone together, hand out garden tools and start digging.
  • It was a typical gesture of love and togetherness. The Sun
  • We need first of all a fact finding mission and then we need to put together a coalition of conservators, a cultural coalition.
  • Keeping specific goals and metrics for testing in mind not only helps track status and results, but also avoids the last-second scramble to pull together necessary reports.
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  • Rows of brick garden apartments all backed onto a massive common garden: a shared backyard for children to play, dogs to gambol, and families to eat picnics together. Day of Honey
  • Receiving the round initial in the third quarter, the Rams would put together the 10-play, 61-yard expostulate immoderate 5 mins as great as finishing it off with the 6-yard TD pass from Stefkovich to So, TE, Joe Migliarese (Blue Bell, Pa.) to tighten the measure to twenty-nine twenty-eight TU. Archive 2009-12-01
  • These planes are made with two separate stocks held together with either metal or turned wooden screws.
  • He argues that the two main parties are no longer capable of holding together the divergent views within them. Times, Sunday Times
  • As you start your married life together hand in hand, may all the things you're hoping for turn out the way you've planned.
  • No, but they more or less remained together, I hate to use the word ideologically, but I guess for want of a better word, they seemed to always react, more or less, the same way to political situations and to political candidates 'platforms. Oral History Interview with Lindy Boggs, January 31, 1974. Interview A-0082. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • Both favour the no-frills approach, often eschewing swish restaurants to munch burgers together when they meet. Times, Sunday Times
  • 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
  • But the family have pulled together and, in spite of fits of irritability, are happy.
  • The Etihad chief has taken charge of just two friendlies and still does not have all his squad together. The Sun
  • Now the word "prayer" to non-Muslim readers will evoke an image of people perhaps silently clasping their hands together, leaning forward in a pew, and either silently, to themselves, or in a quiet tone, speaking heartfeltly to God. David Horowitz Freedom Center
  • I overheard two fifteen year old girls behind me at the ATM planning to get together tomorrow night and eat ice cream and comfort each other when they didn't get any valentines.
  • The drop-in module, which adds to the stiffness and torsional rigidity of the whole vehicle, ties the car together from the seats rearward and from b-pillar to b-pillar.
  • They are trying to marry together a number of scientific disciplines.
  • We work together as ground crew for an airline. The Sun
  • Together, they were able to mollify workers and quietly implement the destruction of thousands of jobs.
  • Remove the meat and vegetables from the pan and serve together. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eventually almost all postwar writers whose work departs significantly from convention have come to be labeled "postmodernist," a term that has definable meaning but that also has been used as an aid in this lashing-out, a way to further disparage such writers both by lumping them together indiscriminately and by identifying their work as just another participant in literary fashion. Postmodernism
  • Parts of all three vases were mingled together and the position of each piece had to be painstakingly documented to aid the reconstruction. Times, Sunday Times
  • The attractive forces between molecules in a liquid are called surface tension forces and are what hold the liquid together.
  • Note also the profound hypochondriasis and fear that they are being infected by a "cancer"--again, a plot presumably put together by the Jews. Archive 2009-02-01
  • He gnashed his teeth together and fumed silently.
  • 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.
  • Leave it to Yeezy to put together the year's most eclectic rap collab.
  • Cereal song earth: Fictitious tellurion software, be together satellitic picture, map, encyclopedia and flight simulator conformity, decorate in an earth on three-dimensional model.
  • Even if an agreement is cobbled together it will not please everyone.
  • An awesome book - what Robinson is particularly good at is figuring out how Chaplin pieced together out of accident, inspiration and music hall stunt, what turned into complex, archetypal early film narrative.
  • In this crucible I have mixed together just one ounce of sugar and one and one-eighth ounces of solidified oxygen, solidified by the force of chemical affinity and bound up in a white salt called chlorate of potash. Religion and Chemistry
  • Established couples let old regrets go and focus on a brilliant future together. The Sun
  • It's an extremely robust plant that knits tightly together. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is no flavour to the pepperoni and it is altogether too tomatoey. The Sun
  • We spent a lot of time together, well over two months, and so we really got to know each other.
  • Bobileff and crew fettled and cajoled and fairly bullwhipped the old beast back together, then fired her up and into a transporter just hours before the show.
  • Competition is keen and candidates must offer a minimum of an upper second class honours degree together with evidence of satisfactory financial arrangements.
  • Thus, this festival brings together the richness of the Indian kitchen with its spices and subtle shades of taste and texture.
  • We chuckled together as she stood and reached up to the top shelf of a grand bookcase in the corner.
  • The internet is spelling the end of activities from being able to read a map to putting together a physical photo album. The Sun
  • The antlers are placed together, held by sandbags and glued with epoxy.
  • Don't be friends with bad boys. People think that birds of a feather flock together.
  • The sweet and sour tastes actually go very well together. The Sun
  • Granted, people often clump together for mutual protection from an outside enemy. Christianity Today
  • In comparison to a data structure, a linked list is similar to a binary tree in a way that the information is linked together.
  • Batting and, to a lesser degree, bowling are tackled together. Times, Sunday Times
  • He'd probably dismissed her altogether by now as fickle, shallow and all too easily swayed by other people.
  • Justice and power must be brought together, so that whatever is just may be powerful, and whatever is powerful may be just. Blaise Pascal 
  • That this dog and White Fang should come together was inevitable, and for a week the anticipated fight was the mainspring of conversation in certain quarters of the town. Reign of Hate
  • The shapes of the waves show how well the heart's electrical impulses are working, the size of the heart, and how well the individual components of the heart are working together.
  • More than 70 marble, bronze, terracotta and plaster busts and life-size sculptures are on display together for the first time in nearly two centuries.
  • They married after two years and have a son together. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lions string together eight successive phases on the last play of the half.
  • Where else has a village come together to bring works of literature to life? Times, Sunday Times
  • Science finds that a surface tension on the water can draw the boats together, like toy boats in a bathtub.
  • In the postwar period they gradually merged with the Conservatives until they disappeared altogether. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their voices blend together well.
  • Together they cast a breedy scent like that arising from dank beds of galax, and it overpowered even the reek of the strange meat. Cold Mountain
  • With nearly eight weeks of education behind us the faces of speakers were beginning to blend together.
  • Stooping, I lifted the belt, ornamental silver medallions that tinkled faintly together like coins of small denominations. I'LL TAKE YOU THERE
  • The baboon would keep the goats together as they grazed during the day, giving alarm calls if it spotted cheetahs or leopards. Times, Sunday Times
  • We also get to see entire animatics sequences that will delight anyone wondering how all the elements come together for a movie this visually powerful.
  • Sandwich together with the bun tops and serve. Times, Sunday Times
  • They having observed where the Chest stood, and wanting a necessary mooveable to houshold, yet loath to lay out money for buying it: complotted together this very night, to steale it thence, and carry it home to their house, as accordingly they did; finding it somewhat heavy, and therefore imagining, that matter of woorth was contained therein. The Decameron
  • She and her late husband Jack, who died 20 years ago, took up bowls together.
  • Food subsidies are reduced or thrown out altogether and food prices may double or triple overnight.
  • Their inability to work together for the good of the republic would only increase the peoples' cynicism about government.
  • The tribesmen were all bunched together in clumps, and they too seemed frenzied with excitement.
  • At the last minute I decided to go, so I flung a few clothes together and left.
  • Like the invitation to run together, he blurted out such things as if he were completely unaware of how they might be interpreted, with a guileless innocence that couldn't help but put me at ease.
  • All these different political elements have somehow been yoked together to form a new alliance.
  • Choosing gifts together deepens your bond. The Sun
  • A group of ex-pats had clubbed together to provide pressies for an orphanage in town and we showed up (with Santa) to deliver.
  • And I should really add, Gina, this is a pretty awesome, thorough, and well-demonstrated list you've put together here. Easy Ways To Graph Your Life | Lifehacker Australia
  • Taken together these are a significant help and in effect constitute an indirect government subsidy.
  • Add the remaining flour, bring mixture together and knead lightly until a dough is formed. The Sun
  • For the crust, stir the flour, cornmeal, sugar and baking powder together in a large mixing bowl.
  • It's just that when you put it all together, it amounts to a manipulation.
  • The two offerings together symbolized a community of people at peace with God because atonement for sins had been made.
  • A light tubular chassis with an inline 8 cylinder engine was made by cobbling a couple of sports engines together.
  • While we are at it we should skip most of the stuff comingout of Turtle Bay — actually maybe we ought to just skip Turtle Bay altogether. The Volokh Conspiracy » United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child:
  • Neuropsychological evidence points towards our tendency to confabulate stories that we believe to be true in order to fit together disparate pieces of information.
  • Added together, market forces generate an overall result which no-one can predict.
  • The document was put together in September of 2000 by The Project for the New American Century, a conservative think-tank fathered by Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard.
  • The only relief from this cold is that some of the trees in conifer forests seem to grow so close together that they encourage a microclimate, which usually has less extreme temperatures.
  • Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it's better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together.
  • We were always together and always playing truant from school. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There
  • The light within the eave was a dusky twilight at the entrance, which failed altogether in the inner recesses. The Antiquary
  • These are tasks which confront legal theory and political philosophy together.
  • The technique uses a magnetic field which causes old, faulty or infected cells to cluster together and self-destruct. The Sun
  • As darkness drew near I joyfully and thankfully watched the pinks, purples, blues and golden colors of the sky melt together into a picture-perfect sunset.
  • 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.
  • Together they climbed the dark stairs.
  • New hardware, software, networking gear, and wireless devices are being woven together by the connective power of the Internet into a potent, upsetting force.
  • Sew the short ends together to form a circle then fold it in half with wrong sides together so the raw edges meet.
  • 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.
  • Altogether, the village is idyllic. Daniel Deronda
  • Just imagine if the pages of this book, instead of being bound together in numerical order, were delivered to you as an untidy pile.
  • 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
  • The women are very expert at platting, which is usually done with three threads of sinew; if greater strength is required, several of these are twisted slackly together, as in the bowstrings. Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Narrative of an Attempt to Reach the North Pole, Volume 2
  • His exceptional talent at putting acrylics and oils together on board and letting them ooze is a lesson on how to do this kind of thing and all those kids in ARI-land should get down to the Wynne and check it out.
  • There are several general measures that can be taken to reduce or eliminate the problem altogether.
  • Mix the flour, sugar and raisins together in a bowl then add the liquid, stirring well to combine.
  • Chop the ingredients finely and mix them together.
  • The book weaves together four stories. Times, Sunday Times
  • Judah and Jerusalem desolate then this credit of the prophets, and the hopes of the people, will both sink together; the former will be found false in flattering the people and the latter foolish in suffering themselves to be imposed upon by them, and so exposed to so much the greater confusion, when the judgment shall surprise them in their security. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • What exactly the government did mean by freedom was hard to discern in the nineteen legislative Acts which together constituted the emancipation.
  • 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
  • Heavy double doors closed with amplified loud scraping before a final crash as they came together and locked.
  • Basically I just relearnt all the stuff from when I was 6 - not even scales or anything, just little tunes and only just beginning to play with both hands together. sheepdip Diary Entry
  • Execution under the extraordinary procedure was not altogether different.
  • Fate had thrown them together.
  • But this is something different altogether. The Sun
  • Fossilized distrust indicates failure at this key democratic task of holding majorities and minorities together.
  • Would you mind stapling the reports together?
  • There might be a temptation to cheat if students sit too close together.
  • The bonus issue brought Democrats and Republicans together in a way unseen all year. Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Barney Frank suggested the executives should be fired.
  • We got together by accident and there has always been something missing. The Sun
  • The group had cobbled together a few decent songs.
  • Mix the spices and salt together and coat the fish until completely covered. The Sun
  • He was helping his wife who was still grieving and that New Year's Eve was the first night out they had had together for a long time.
  • Putting it all together yields a compelling story: European banks are shifting their cash assets out of European banks and putting much of them into US banks.
  • Without warning my foothold broke and I slid downward ripping a gash in the plastic that held the containers of water together.
  • But it should not be beyond ministers to knock heads together. Times, Sunday Times
  • Altogether the fruit is worth 70 cents. Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers,
  • They are likely to be drawn to the same kind of partner and are often suddenly thrown into close proximity by family ties and get-togethers. The Sun
  • At my sister's birthday meal last Friday our gnashers made a rare showing together in public.
  • When things break, it's not the actual breaking that prevents them from getting back together again. It's because a little piece gets lost - the two remaining ends couldn't fit together even if they wanted to. The whole shape has changed. John Green 
  • The team captains hold aloft the cup and together pull it apart to reveal two specially-made halves - in this game there are no losers.
  • The competitors were close together at the finish.
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  • Instead, components are patched together just to keep the system running.
  • And if it (hall happen that this legacy Ihall be found not to anfwcr the purpofe intended, I im - power the bifliop of Oflbry for the time being, with the confent of the dean and chapter of St. Canice, to fell the books, and apply their price together with. the faid (alary of the librarian towards raifing or sidoraiijig the imperfedl fteeple of their cathedral. Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis
  • They walked out of the fountain room together, still cheerfully chatting.
  • Tell her you love her and miss what you used to share together. The Sun
  • It would be lovely to hear the boy's chatter and not feel left out when they are speaking together.
  • A team of chemists found that when certain substances are diluted in water, the molecules clump together instead of getting further apart, as common sense would suggest.
  • The conference brought together historians working in a variety of fields.
  • That penchant for dressing bald rats in sequins and leather is a different story altogether.
  • Then, things became altogether fishier. Times, Sunday Times
  • The film begins by offering discontinuous glimpses of three unconnected characters, then flashes a preview of the climactic moment, when all three somehow come together in a bloody motel room.
  • The focus is upon clues which together constitute a text ready for reading and interpretation.
  • The happy event occurred in the Taylor's aviary in Wakefield, after the mother - a kakariki called Cheeky - and father Tom, a golden mantel rosella, were reared together from chicks.
  • He had begged Lorenzo to come to Fiesole, promising to explain once they were both in the house there together and away from the gossips in Florence. The Poet Prince
  • In the past floods have joined together Buttermere and Crummock lakes into one huge mere, and unified Thirlmere periodically long before Manchester Corporation turned it into one big reservoir. A seasonal lament
  • Together, they went on to buy the Mercy Convent in Stradbally, and converted it into a gardening school with residential and non-residential courses, known as Carrigahilla House and Gardens.
  • Interconnectedness among its components, together with its comprehensiveness, determine a system's degree of coherence.
  • Put the dressing ingredients in a small bowl and whisk together. The Sun
  • Being that the last two No. 1 picks have received at least $30 million in guaranteed money, well, all together now: Better get it right. Guiding draft principle amid NFL's money woes: Get it right
  • You can start a fire by rubbing two dry pieces of wood together until you produce a spark.
  • Her story just doesn't hang together.
  • In clothes, "une agrafe" is a hook used for fastening 2 edges of material together - usually more reliable than "un bouton-pression" (= a press button) agrafer - French Word-A-Day
  • The vegetable is normally cooked and eaten with ugali or it may be cooked together with flour to a stuff known as ngunzakutu (Kamba) or atap Chapter 7
  • But it is worthwhile teasing this apart a little, unbinding the different aspects of rhetorics lumped together in one component and separating out the semiotic layering (i.e. the use of metaphor and metonym) stuck in with the second. On the Sublime
  • Taper and skive four thongs, form a loop with the small end of the longest strand, and seize all strands together. THE SHIPPING NEWS
  • Seigi saw Drew glance at him sharply, putting two and two together, but the bowman pretended he hadn't seen the look, and continued to watch Lillandra.
  • The tailorbird splices the short fibres together to make longer pieces.
  • Using software to tie together those desktops into a single ‘grid,’ it assembled, in effect, a supercomputer to run its analytical software.
  • Every time I can scrape a few quid together, I smack 'em straight into the premium bonds.
  • But now they are all assembled together to point us the way towards a fresh future. Times, Sunday Times
  • Add to it any points that you may be particularly anxious to get right and discuss it together.
  • Friends Khaled and Said work together in a small auto repair shop.
  • So over the next year, she pored over magazines, drafted an editorial plan and put together a dummy issue from published magazine pages and pictures that she liked.
  • For Christ in the Sacrament is not altogether unlike Christ in the cratch. Archive 2007-02-01
  • Workers butted the panels together and sealed the joints with special seaming tape.
  • The moths swarm together for a moment, then disappear like candle flames going out.
  • Disabled and able-bodied pupils got together for a dance and drama day.
  • The only cure, however, is to remove lead from the water system altogether, by replacing old pipes and tanks.
  • It's only four dudes, but together they play drums, guitar, keys, upright bass, trumpet, flugel horn and assorted "electronics. The Drift - Invisible (Music (For Robots))
  • At the city morgue, workers nailed together coffins and put some of the dead in an ambulance to transport them to cemeteries.
  • Especially on the left, the defeat in 1849 provoked a period of reassessment which, together with the hardship and loneliness of political exile, led to some substantial political realignments.
  • L1-CAM, together with other members of the L1 subfamily, is critical for several early development processes like axon outgrowth, fasciculation, neuronal migration and survival PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Bolt on necks may or may not have been innovated by him (they existed on other instruments) but he pulled together the art of manufacturing guitars like no one else.
  • As you probably know, some music fans are now sampling and mashing together two or more songs and trading the results online.
  • So at last you can specify profiled and plain tiles together.
  • The first examples of the Western Region's main line diesel-hydraulics had appeared the previous year and Cornwall was planned to be one of the first areas of BR to banish steam altogether.
  • This is the most substantive passage in a speech which otherwise is tied together by bluster. Times, Sunday Times
  • Send the form, together with the appropriate fee, to the Land Registry.
  • The room fell temporarily silent as the three pieced together all scraps of information.
  • Today, we no longer gasp when we hear a teenage girl is pregnant or whisper about unmarried couples who live together.
  • The police and the public must work together to solve the murder.
  • Furniture and papers were all jumbled together in disarray.
  • He would certainly be made use of by the officers for the purpose of identifying the companions whom he had betrayed; and I had the best reasons in the world to believe that he would rather assist in the taking of me than in the capture of all the rest of the coining gang put together -- the doctor himself not excepted. A Rogue's Life
  • Dances like the rumba and cha-cha are very sexy, and offer a great opportunity for a couple to learn to move together well.
  • The printed shapes are glued together to make moulds for fibreglass panels. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the Tulane study found that when you mix chlordane, toxaphene and any of the others together - whoa!
  • Outside his room they stopped, their bodies pressed together, his face only inches from hers.
  • For the early film-makers, such as Georges Melies and the Lumiere brothers, editing and being able to splice film was part of how to put scenes together.
  • The music adds to the general mood and feel of the title excellently well and ties the whole package together. Cubed3.com News
  • The deck and hull are fastened together with adhesives and mechanical fasteners.
  • Some composters find that mixing the two together is more effective than layering.
  • Everything would then be crowded together in a state of infinite density: the end of the universe.
  • Among the small knot of people waiting for it, I was the only outsider; an interloper at a closed get-together.
  • He'd tied his sneaker laces together, and now had his shoes strung about his neck.
  • She saw a tube of lipstick out of the corner of her eye and applied it to her lips before smacking them together looking at the result before grimacing and swiping it from her lips.
  • Now seeing in the last section, those we call mathematics are absolved of the crime of breeding controversy; and they that pretend not to learning cannot be accused; the fault lieth altogether in the dogmatics, that is to say, those that are imperfectly learned, and with passion press to have their opinions pass everywhere for truth, without any evident demonstration either from experience, or from places of Scripture of uncontroverted interpretation. The Elements of Law Natural and Politic
  • Two of the others had to overcome one major hurdle before getting together. The Sun
  • When he got back, we rekindled our relationship and have now been together for five years. Times, Sunday Times

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