In cooperation, jointly, as in Industrial growth and urbanization often go hand in hand. This phrase, often put as go hand in hand with, was first recorded in 1576.
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How to use hand in hand in a sentence
Style, she points out, has often come hand-in-hand with equality.Look Who’s Wearing The Pants: Haute Butch’s Gender-Blending Style | Nina Strochlic | October 24, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Most people wouldn't look twice at a “fat man” walking hand-in-hand with an attractive, skinny woman.Plus-Size Model, Jennifer Maitland: Get Over the Word ‘Fat’ | Jennifer Maitland | May 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Unsurprisingly, support for these kinds of useless interventions often goes hand-in-hand with vaccine denial.
UN officials say the looters often work hand-in-hand with rebel militias.
Such journalism is not a crime, but rather a crucial part of the checks-and-balances that go hand-in-hand with democracy.Japan’s new Secrets Bill Threatens To Muzzle The Press and Whistleblowers | Jake Adelstein, Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky | November 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Side by side on the low sofa, two women, hand-in-hand, had been sobbing out their grief to one another.The New Tenant | E. Phillips Oppenheim
Hand-in-hand he and Rebecca visited the grave-yard, where slept the remains of her loved parents.The Indian: On the Battle-Field and in the Wigwam | John Frost
It was unmistakably a symptom that something of his old passion for her had been revived; duty and desire ran hand-in-hand.Tess of the d'Urbervilles | Thomas Hardy
In another minute the greeting of father and son was accomplished, and the two were walking hand-in-hand towards the house.Hyacinth | George A. Birmingham
When the ladies withdrew, Adriana and Myra walked out together hand-in-hand.Endymion | Benjamin Disraeli