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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"Cows," he reflected, "draw together in a field; ships in a calm; and we're just the same when we've nothing else to do.
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."
Tim Russell, director of conservation for BASC, said: "As we develop a wide-angle view of the size, scale and value of existing and potential local markets, we will aim to draw together as many people as possible to understand the challenges and opportunities and uncover ways in which together we can develop a sustainable and thriving Welsh game meat supply chain.
But that won't be the only high-profile group as three US Masters champions - Charl Schwartzel, Zach Johnson and Trevor Immelman - have been draw together.