to be mutually suited; harmonize: the colours go well together
informal (of two people) to have a romantic or sexual relationship: they had been going together for two years
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How to use go together in a sentence
Immigrants and fears about disease go together like beans and rice.
Her other son would be there by then, and they could go together to see Jake.Hurricane Sandy Victim Jacob Vogelman’s Mother Remembers His Life | Michael Daly | November 1, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Indeed, in European politics, fascism and an aggressive sort of Zionism increasingly go together.
I think that the author frequently is not the best expert on the book, and even on the way that it should go together.
Cheating and lying: They go together like, well, love and marriage.
And knowing that bunch as well as I do, I don't think they'll lift the plunder and quit the country till they can go together.Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
They mostly go together, women and trouble; and the prettier the women are, the greater the trouble, that's my experience.The Light That Lures | Percy Brebner
I couldn't help wanting to go, because we always go together, and she was sorry too.The Story of the Big Front Door | Mary Finley Leonard
I speak of the chairs, but if we go together into the "room" they will not be visible to you.A Window in Thrums | J. M. Barrie
Wouldn't it be good if we could go together—to the war, I mean!Tom Slade with the Colors | Percy K. Fitzhugh
Other Idioms and Phrases with go together
Be mutually suitable, appropriate, or harmonious, as in Pink and purple can go together well, or I don't think champagne and meatloaf go together. [c. 1600]
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