One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘friends who work together’
with each other, in conjunction, jointly, conjointly, in cooperation, cooperatively, in collaboration, in partnership, in combination, as one, in unison, in concert, concertedly, with one accord, in league, in alliance, in collusion, side by side, hand in hand, hand in glove, shoulder to shoulder, cheek by jowl
informal in cahoots
2‘they both spoke together’
simultaneously, at the same time, at the same instant, at the same moment, all together, as a group, at once, at one and the same time, at one time, concurrently, concomitantly, alongside each other, in unison, in concert, in chorus
3‘I was not able to get up for days together’
in succession, in a row, at a time, successively, consecutively, running, straight, on end, one after the other, continuously, without a break, without interruption
informal on the trot
1‘she looks a very together young woman’
level-headed, well balanced, well adjusted, balanced, sensible, practical, realistic, with one's feet on the ground, prudent, circumspect, pragmatic, wise, reasonable, rational, mature, stable, sane, even-tempered, commonsensical, full of common sense, judicious, sound, sober, businesslike, reliable, dependable
well organized, well ordered, orderly, efficient, neat, tidy, methodical, no-nonsense
calm, cool, collected, composed, cool, calm, and collected, serene, relaxed, at ease, equable, moderate, unworried, unmoved, unemotional, cool-headed, imperturbable
self-confident, confident, self-possessed, assured, self-assured, assertive
unbalanced, flustered, disorganized
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