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stick together

(intransitive, adverb) (informal) to remain loyal or friendly to one another
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  • We have nothing to expect or hope from them—and we needn't be afraid of them, neither, we Jews, if we stick together.

  • Whatever it does to the other teams, we will all stick together.

  • Whatever happens, Uncle John, whatever happens, we'll stick together.

    The Duchess of Wrexe Hugh Walpole
  • "We Sweetbriars will stick together, all right," said the fleshy girl.

    Ruth Fielding At College Alice B. Emerson
  • Among the dwellers in the great white land the boy had known only men whose creed was to stick together until the end.

    Connie Morgan in Alaska James B. Hendryx
Idioms and Phrases with stick together

stick together

Remain united, as in It's important that we stick together on this issue. [ Mid-1500s ]
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