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1Side by side.‘everyone is bunched together shoulder to shoulder’
side by side, abreast, level, beside each other, cheek by jowlView synonyms
- ‘I was shoulder to shoulder with Connor on one side, Drew on the other.’
- ‘Many couples keep their upper halves locked together, shoulder to shoulder.’
- ‘In Westminster, scores of policemen stood shoulder to shoulder to shield the people's representatives from their constituents' anger.’
- ‘While in many paintings the Belgian is a passive supervisor, in both sculptures, the Belgian officer and the African soldier stand shoulder to shoulder.’
- ‘Side by side they stood, shoulder to shoulder, and with their hats held to their chests.’
- ‘Young music fans don't mind being shoulder to shoulder at a concert, bouncing or even moshing to the beat.’
- ‘We sat, together, shoulder to shoulder, and watched the sun set.’
- ‘In battle, Dave says, he and his brothers-in-arms would have stood shoulder to shoulder, left side forward, shields locked, spears angled above the shield wall to jab at the enemy.’
- 1.1Acting together towards a common aim; with united effort.‘we fought shoulder to shoulder with the rest of the country’
- ‘Along the beaches of Normandy old combatants from Germany and Great Britain will be standing shoulder to shoulder to commemorate the last great action of the Second World War.’
- ‘And that's why I'm so glad that the leadership of the Muslim community here has stood shoulder to shoulder with everyone else in it.’
- ‘We've got to stand shoulder to shoulder and keep a united voice.’
- ‘One year ago I said to you that our country was correct to stand shoulder to shoulder with the United States.’
- ‘Do they not stand there, shoulder to shoulder, united as a team for a united South Africa?’
- ‘If all the nations stand together shoulder to shoulder the very few nations left would be utterly overwhelmed.’
- ‘And I'll stand shoulder to shoulder with anyone who's willing to stand with me, even if it is Andrew Sullivan.’
- ‘Many volunteers from all backgrounds have been working shoulder to shoulder to put this project together.’
- ‘New York is a city of neighborhoods, of people working together, shoulder to shoulder.’
- ‘Very often we have to work shoulder to shoulder with one another and do not want a situation that compromises that fraternity or causes tensions.’
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