- to gather together; convene; assemble.
- to encounter someone, especially by chance.
Origin of forgather
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Examples from the Web for forgather
Doctors and chaplains and the teamsters, and Dick Ewell will forgather all right ——!The Long Roll
Barty was a man's man par excellence, and loved to forgather with men.The Martian
George Du Maurier
On the Riva, where I was wont to forgather with many of them, they finally got to calling me "Wa-hoo."My Life
On the 17th of January we should forgather in Constantinople.Greenmantle
No longer would she forgather with the neighbors over a pot of tea for a pleasant vindictive chat.The Wind Bloweth
Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
- a variant spelling of foregather
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