- warm fellowship, as among members of a family.
- the quality, state, or condition of being together.
Origin of togetherness
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Examples from the Web for togetherness
The holidays are upon us, time for family, for love and pain, togetherness and loss.The Stacks: Sell the Overcoat, Keep the Dignity
December 22, 2014
And yet, what if the thing he wanted the most—which was the togetherness of his family—what if he lived, and they didn't?Walt Kills Skyler? What’s with the Color Green? Craziest ‘Breaking Bad’ Theories
August 12, 2013
And it created a way for people to endure dark and difficult days with a sense of togetherness.Romney's Kibbutz Aversion
August 8, 2012
No one was homeless or hungry here, and our community was built on togetherness and sharing.My Vanished Liberia
October 7, 2011
Underlining the importance of togetherness, taste, and the relationship between humans and the bounty of nature.All Hail the French Meal
December 6, 2010
By Aristotle's time, togetherness was designated through a name.The Civilization of Illiteracy</p>
Theirs was a togetherness which accompanied them to the grave.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Proverbs
R. F. Horton
Here, there is work for everyone, and a corresponding feeling of wantedness and togetherness.The Servant Problem
Robert F. Young
A moment before, our togetherness had made me believe us so strong—and now I saw each alone—crushed—broken.
I was so full of the joy of togetherness—the great wonder of the new world; it pressed on my heart like sorrow.
- a feeling of closeness or affection from being united with other people
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Word Origin and History for togetherness
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