- to gather together; convene; assemble.
- to encounter someone, especially by chance.
Origin of forgather
Related Words for forgatherget, strengthen, heighten, obtain, jump, collect, reinforce, enhance, promote, boost, consolidate, accumulate, reduce, focus, cluster, combine, eliminate, integrate, intensify, throng
Examples from the Web for forgather
Historical Examples of 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