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Forgather   Listen
verb
Forgather  v. i.  To convene; to gossip; to meet accidentally. (Scot.) "Within that circle he forgathered with many a fool."






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Forgather" Quotes from Famous Books



... different in kind from that intended by the author. An original and cultured gentleman of my acquaintance has a habit of visiting suburban music-halls, and deriving therefrom a delight exquisite beyond the dreams of the artists who forgather at the Wormwood Scrubs Empire. In like manner there are books which have come to be accepted as classics on the ground of excellences not aimed at by their authors, not necessarily because the authors were artless, but because ...
— Personality in Literature • Rolfe Arnold Scott-James



Words linked to "Forgather" :   fort, gather, converge, aggroup, flock, run into, see, group, run across, cluster, hive, congregate, turn out, meet, caucus, come across, encounter, interact, crowd, club, constellate



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