go together


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go together

vb (intr, adverb)
1. to be mutually suited; harmonize: the colours go well together.
2. informal (of two people) to have a romantic or sexual relationship: they had been going together for two years.
References in classic literature ?
It was agreed, therefore, that the two men should go together.
They were to meet at Holcomb's house at eight o'clock in the evening of the appointed day and go together to the scene of their vigil, where certain arrangements for their comfort, a provision of fuel and the like, for the season was winter, had been already made.
Then we'll go together to Silas Marner's this very night, as soon as everything's quiet at the Stone-pits.
Very good," thought D'Artagnan, "'tis our road likewise; we will go together.
Well, and do not all these qualities, which we have been enumerating, go together, and are they not, in a manner, necessary to a soul, which is to have a full and perfect participation of being?
That lady was most unluckily to dine this very day with her aunt Western, and in the afternoon they were all three, by appointment, to go together to the opera, and thence to Lady Thomas Hatchet's drum.
We do not question each other, we do not complain to each other; we go together openly through open doors.
was the first word the spirit of falsehood prompted her to utter; "and now we'll go together.
suppose we go together to the mountains, and eat as many as we can, before the squirrel takes them all away.
Why, then, we can go together," said the King's Son.
When the matron HOUYHNHNMS have produced one of each sex, they no longer accompany with their consorts, except they lose one of their issue by some casualty, which very seldom happens; but in such a case they meet again; or when the like accident befalls a person whose wife is past bearing, some other couple bestow on him one of their own colts, and then go together again until the mother is pregnant.
Two trappers commonly go together, for the purposes of mutual assistance and support; a larger party could not easily escape the eyes of the Indians.