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Band together   /bænd təgˈɛðər/   Listen
Band together

verb
1.
Form a group or unite.  Synonym: confederate.






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"Band together" Quotes from Famous Books



... runs risks of being caught, and exercises his courage in many ways. He uses individual initiative instead of merely playing in his turn. This is the age of "nominies," in which the individual player hurls defiance at his opponents with set formulas, usually in rhyme. Players at this time band together in many of their games in opposing groups, "choosing sides"—the first simple beginning of team play. Neuro-muscular skill increases, as shown in ball play and in agile dodging. Endurance for ...
— Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium • Jessie H. Bancroft

... and led the orchestra, and Haydn sat at the harpsichord, keeping the band together by an occasional chord or two, as the practice then was. Great composers have not always been great conductors, but Haydn had a winning way with his band, and generally succeeded ...
— Haydn • J. Cuthbert Hadden



Words linked to "Band together" :   unify, unite, confederate



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