[ fawr-gath-er, fohr- ]
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verb (used without object)

Words Nearby foregather Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use foregather in a sentence

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

    The Reckoning | Robert W. Chambers
  • The captive rajas are now released and after returning home they foregather at the Pandavas' court to assist at the sacrifice.

  • We'll foregather to-morrow, if this enviable stroke leaves us a spare moment in the bank.

    Some Persons Unknown | E. W. Hornung
  • The Constable had bidden them make for the rising sun, saying that sooner or later they would foregather with the Khakan's scouts.

    The Path of the King | John Buchan
  • Every evening thirty or forty would foregather there to drink and talk women and strategy.

    With the Turks in Palestine | Alexander Aaronsohn

British Dictionary definitions for foregather



/ (fɔːˈɡæðə) /

  1. to gather together; assemble

  2. rare to meet, esp unexpectedly

  1. (foll by with) to socialize

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