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stick together


  1. informal.
    intr, adverb to remain loyal or friendly to one another
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Idioms and Phrases

Remain united, as in It's important that we stick together on this issue . [Mid-1500s]
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Example Sentences

But we decided as a team to stick together, and stand united.

And Iraqi moderates have to be encouraged to stick together.

“Stick with him, he needs the party to stick together, he would make it work,” King says.

Petrushevskaya is best at the pas de deux, where women and men stick together and peel apart due to some mysterious force.

Andrew Roberts on why the English-speaking peoples stick together in tough times.

This makes them stick together something like figs, hence their name.

I had buttered the towel so that it should not stick to it; it did not, but it did not stick together either.

Only enough fondant should be used to make the other materials stick together.

Now the scientists suppose that two or three atoms stick together by reason of their attraction for each other and form molecules.

All molecules that are brought into close contact have more or less tendency to stick together, and this is called friction.


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