foregather

[fawr-gath-er, fohr-]
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Historical Examples of foregather

  • So the "sons of the Blood" began to foregather from the ends of the earth.

  • And with which party do you foregather, my gay cock o' the woods?

    The Reckoning

    Robert W. Chambers

  • Some of the managers have their families with them, and they foregather at the main post every Sunday.

    An African Adventure

    Isaac F. Marcosson

  • Why should there not be some devils brew where such men as Figuero and Baumgartner foregather?

    The Message

    Louis Tracy

  • They ignore each other in public; they foregather in private.

    The Sacred Fount

    Henry James


British Dictionary definitions for foregather

foregather

forgather

verb (intr)
  1. to gather together; assemble
  2. rare to meet, esp unexpectedly
  3. (foll by with) to socialize
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