An example of together used as an adjective is the phrase "the children are together" in the picture.
An example of together used as an adjective is the phrase "He is really put together" which means that he is stable and secure.
An example of together used as an adjective is the phrase "she really dresses like she is together" which means that she pays attention to clothing details.
An example of something that is together is a chair assembled from many parts; the chair was put together.
An example of something happening together are two instruments being played at the same moment, being played together.
Get yourself together.
She is worth more than all of us together. Considered together, the proposals made little sense.
The bells rang out together.
We stand together on this issue.
She's really together.
A reunion to bring the family together.
The cars skidded together.
Winning more than all the others together.
Shots fired together.
Sulking for three whole days together.
To get together on a deal.
The family will be together for the holidays.
We gather together.
The cars crashed together. She mixed the chemicals together.
Put the food processor together.
- To unify and harmonize one's resources so as to perform with maximal effectiveness.
- In addition to.
Origin of together
- Middle English from Old English tōgædere ghedh- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Late Middle English together, from earlier togedere, togadere, from Old English tÅgÃ¦dere (“together"), from Proto-Germanic *tÅ (“to") + Proto-Germanic *gadar (“together"), from Proto-Indo-European *gÊ·hedh- (“to keep"), equivalent to to- +"Ž gather. Cognate with Scots togiddir, thegither (“together"), Old Frisian togadera (“together"), Middle Dutch tegadere, tegader (“together"), Middle High German gater (“together"). Compare also Old English Ã¦tgÃ¦dere (“together"), Old English Ä¡eador (“together"). More at gather.