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In company with or at the same time as:‘I was chosen, along with twelve other artists’
together with, accompanying, accompanied by, in company withat the same time asas well as, in addition to, plus, coupled with, added to, besides, on top ofView synonyms
- ‘A knife was found nearby along with five notes he had written to his friends and family.’
- ‘There were two supermarket trolleys in the pond along with plastic bags and litter.’
- ‘When Charles was a boy he would inspect the troops along with his mother or grandmother.’
- ‘Volunteers will be given a free compost bin along with a small kitchen collection bin.’
- ‘The pedals need replacing along with other parts that have worn out over the years.’
- ‘She brought dried and fresh herbs for sale along with copies of a book she has written on the use of herbs.’
- ‘A hole five metres by four and two metres deep had been dug, along with trenches on either side.’
- ‘The world has gone mad, and has lost its sense of proportion along with its sanity.’
- ‘They were later recovered by police from nearby bushes, along with a box of pellets.’
- ‘As if everything was absolutely normal she'd hand him his cup of coffee along with a kiss.’
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