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All in one place or in a group; all at once:‘they arrived all together’Compare with altogether
as a group, in a body, as one, as a whole, in a mass, wholesaleView synonyms
- ‘Hubbs and I had tears in our eyes at the sight of seeing them all together again, all alive.’
- ‘Going back to the good old days of doing nothing and doing it all together is no longer a possibility.’
- ‘It has been a while since I have had a lot of my friends all together in one place and it proves to be a fantastic night!’
- ‘We all left together and I remember walking all together to the kerb edge.’
- ‘There will be two million people of my age in Marienfeld camping out on the one night all together.’
- ‘Before the evening was over I went to get my neighbor Jan to take a picture of us all together on my deck.’
- ‘And yet taken all together there is far more to the loss of these seats than these localised factors.’
- ‘But you can't do much more than that until all the players are back and we are all together.’
- ‘The first episode is supposed to introduce the characters and why exactly they're all together.’
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