His extremes in physiognomy, dress, government and religion are brought into close communion.
I think Norton is still in close communion with the elements.
The fibres of ancestry must first knit the living into close communion with their parents born on these Western shores.
It is our habit to dwell in close communion and it is sad to break the chain.
Hugh left the room to write letters, leaving them to that close communion which is never perfect with a third person present.
And is that what is meant by the close communion of the Baptists?
The influence of a peculiar mind, in close communion with another, to drive the latter to insanity.
I have been living in close communion with her for the last three years.
Perhaps this rebuff placed the master and pupil once more in the close communion of old.
Yet they live in close communion; And for that, in my opinion, They deserve some commendation; But will 't be of long duration?