draw together

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Verb1.draw together - bring together in a common cause or emotion; "The death of their child had drawn them together"
unify, unite - bring together for a common purpose or action or ideology or in a shared situation; "the Democratic Patry platform united several splinter groups"
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it was a noble sight when two great armies would draw together upon a certain day, and all who had a vow would ride forth to discharge themselves of it.
And now the threads of my recital draw together in the paragon of female exquisiteness--my Princess.
Buoy and boat at once began to draw together, and the fishermen to cry out, as they were jerked after us.
The meeting of two hunters on the American desert, as we find it convenient sometimes to call this region, was consequently somewhat in the suspicious and wary manner in which two vessels draw together in a sea that is known to be infested with pirates.
As she spoke I could see her husband's face darken and draw together, as though the passion in him were shriveling his being to its core.
Thus, by ones and twos, converging from widely distant quarters, they were now beginning to draw together, in the near neighborhood of the great city which was soon destined to assemble them all, for the first and the last time in this world, face to face.