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Spell check of together

Correct spelling: together

Synonyms:
in agreement, cool, synchronously, meanwhile, set, simultaneously, by and large, level, serene, self-composed, agreed, peaceful, self-confident, unneurotic, recollected, evenly, go, onward, collectively, simultaneous, jumbled, in working order, integrated, back, commonly, go out, in collaboration, graded, generally, eclectic, close, all the time, cohesive, beside, group, even as, at the same time, sedate, unruffled, complementary, combined, assertive, dally with, as a whole, concurrent, put together, heterogeneous, alongside, confident, next door, go together, just, next to, composed, equal, undisturbed, dignified, unperturbed, go with, attached, court, untroubled, balanced, in concert, nearby, unitedly, overall, somehow, multilateral, smooth, prepared, possessed, bilateral, tranquil, forceful, self-assured, jointly, time, someway, favorable, proud, concurrently, united, coolheaded, cheat, as, collected, mutual, placid, ready, unshaken, in unison, accompanied, cohabit, conjointly, self-possessed, bold, fool around, near, otherwise, in general, when, mutually, limpid, date, while, carry on, miscellaneous, still, favourable, unworried.

Antonyms:
flustered, high-strung, restless, bothered, unhinged, perturbed, disturbed, uptight, unquiet, anxious, unglued, jittery, worried, nervous, uneasy, jumpy, neurotic, unstrung, distressed, tense, upset, psychoneurotic, unsettled, agitated, unstable, skittish, discomposed.

Examples of usage:

1) She told me, and then I knew that the thing for me to do was to bring you two together. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) Then we could be there together. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) Were the two young men talking together? - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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