live together

/ (lɪv) /

  1. (intr, adverb) (esp of an unmarried couple) to dwell in the same house or flat; cohabit

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How to use live together in a sentence

  • And that was that if he and his wife were to ever live together again and be happy, the family were to be kept out of it.

    The Homesteader | Oscar Micheaux
  • It was not enlivening to live together that way, but it worked well toward keeping the cabin ship shape.

    Cabin Fever | B. M. Bower
  • The fact is, Margaret, that so long as we live together we're public figures, with everybody else as our jury.

  • They live together in large groups, leaping with surprising agility from tree to tree.

    Minnie's Pet Monkey | Madeline Leslie
  • We take little trips like this occasionally, like good friends who cannot live together.

Other Idioms and Phrases with live together

live together

Cohabit, especially when not married. For example, “I ... am only concerned that their living together before the marriage took place should be so generally known” (Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice, 1813). [c. 1800] Also see live in sin.

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