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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
together (adverb)
1.
a) in or into one place, mass, collection, or group - the men get together every Thursday for poker
b) in a body as a group - students and faculty together presented the petition
2.
a) in or into contact (as connection, collision, or union) - mix these ingredients together
b) in or into association or relationship - colors that go well together
3.
a) at one time - simultaneously events that happened together
b) in succession - was depressed for days together
4.
a) by combined action - jointly together we forced the door
b) in or into agreement or harmony - the soloist and the orchestra weren't quite together
c) in or into a unified or coherent structure or an integrated whole - can't even put a simple sentence together
5.
a) with each other - used as an intensive after certain verbs join together add together
b) as a unit in the aggregate - these arguments taken together make a convincing case
c) considered as a whole counted or summed up - all together, there were 21 entries
together (adjective)
1.
appropriately prepared, organized, or balanced
2.
composed in mind or manner - self-possessed
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
together (adjective)
free from emotional or mental agitation
SYNONIMS:
collected, composed, cool, coolheaded, equal, level, limpid, peaceful, placid, possessed, recollected, sedate, self-composed, self-possessed, serene, smooth, together, tranquil, undisturbed, unperturbed, unruffled, unshaken, untroubled, unworried
RELATED WORDS:
even, even-keeled, steady, well-adjusted, well-balanced; imperturbable, nerveless, unflappable, unshakable; centered, disciplined, equable, self-contained, self-controlled; affable, breezy, devil-may-care, easygoing, happy-go-lucky, laid-back, loosey-goosey, mellow; carefree, nonchalant, unconcerned; assured, confident, self-assured; aloof, detached, dispassionate, indifferent; bovine, impassive, phlegmatic, sober, stolid; relaxed, relieved, tranquilized ( tranquillized)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
anxious, bothered, distressed, uneasy, unquiet, unsettled, worried; jittery, jumpy, nervous, restless, skittish, tense; high-strung, unstable, uptight
agitated, discomposed, disturbed, flustered, perturbed, unglued, unhinged, unstrung, upset
together (adverb)
1.
at one and the same time
SYNONIMS:
coincidentally, coincidently, concurrently, contemporaneously, simultaneously
RELATED WORDS:
close, immediately, narrowly, near
at once, in unison
NEAR ANTONYMS:
apart, independently, individually, singly; consecutively, successively
separately
together (adverb)
2.
in or by combined action or effort
SYNONIMS:
concertedly, conjointly, hand in glove ( hand and glove), jointly
RELATED WORDS:
collectively, mutually, reciprocally, unanimously, unitedly; cooperatively, symbiotically
in concertapart, independently, individually, separately, severally, single-handed, single-handedly, singly, solely, unaided, unassisted, unilaterally
together (adverb)
3.
with everyone or everything taken into account at the same time
SYNONIMS:
all told, altogether, collectedly, collectively, inclusively, overall, together
RELATED WORDS:
broadly, generally, liberally, loosely, macroscopically; all over, completely, comprehensively, encyclopedically, entirely, exhaustively, fully, sweepingly, thoroughly, totally, wholly
NEAR ANTONYMS:
detailedly, microscopically, minutely; literally, narrowly, restrictedly, strictly; alone, categorically, distinctly, exclusively, fractionally, individually, separately, singly, singularly, soley, solitarily, specifically
together (adverb)
4.
in succession without others coming in between
SYNONIMS:
back-to-back, hand running, running, sequentially, seriatim, successionally, successively, together
RELATED WORDS:
serially; constantly, continually, continuingly, continuously, night and day, repeatedly, unceasingly, uninterruptedly; subsequently
NEAR ANTONYMS:
discontinuously, intermittently, interruptedly
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