1 I provided myself with a sum of money, together with a few jewels which had belonged to my mother, and departed.
2 We were brought up together; there was not quite a year difference in our ages.
3 Our white girlhood was passed together there.
4 The two girls and Jordan leaned together confidentially.
5 The incident and the name had remained together in my mind.
6 Their eyes met, and they stared together at each other, alone in space.
7 Tom tapped his thick fingers together like a clergyman and leaned back in his chair.
8 "You've got to pull yourself together," he said with soothing gruffness.
9 Madame Hester absolutely refuseth to speak, and the magistrates have laid their heads together in vain.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In III. THE RECOGNITION
10 We were within a few hours of eloping together for Scotland.
11 We consulted together, however, as to what should be done, and at last she determined to send for Edward.
12 He too was much distressed; and they sat down together in a most promising state of embarrassment.
13 I gnashed my teeth and ground them together, uttering a groan that came from my inmost soul.
14 When the weather is settled, and I have recovered my strength," said she, "we will take long walks together every day.
15 The chambers are retired, and we shall be alone together, but we shan't fight, I dare say.