cling together

cling together

[for two or more people or animals] to hold on tightly to each other. The two children clung together throughout the ordeal. The baby baboon and its mother clung together and could not be separated.
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I have always longed to tell a simple and true story, which should strike terror into two young lovers, and drive them to take refuge each in the other's heart, as two children cling together at the sight of a snake by a woodside.
March, as she and her daughter went through the new kingdom arm in arm, for just then they seemed to cling together more tenderly than ever.
Miranda's family is resourceful enough to stockpile supplies and cling together through the worst months until some hope returns to the world.
Most of us know couples who set us wondering what on earth they see in each other or why they cling together.
Medieval houses still cling together precariously, crowding the narrow streets which now echo to the hum of music and laughter of revellers in the many tapas restaurants and bars.
Add 2 cups flour; process until well blended and dough begins to cling together in a ball.
Clay is the most difficult to cultivate because the fine particles cling together.
TACTICS OGRE: Let Us Cling Together, is being reborn from the ground up, with reworked visuals and effects, a re-arranged soundtrack by the original composers, new character growth mechanics and a new Wheel of Fortune system that adds even more replay value to the game.
30 The coat of a komondor consists of cords formed when the outer and inner coats cling together.
Toss with a fork to moisten evenly, adding more water, if necessary, a few drops at a time, just until dough particles start to cling together and onto tines of fork.
Neither can help the other, yet they cling together in the doomed hope they will have a happy ending.
VICTIM: Young Rhys; WALK ON: Mel sobs on Anfield pitch last night; LIVERPOOL UTD: Melanie, in Everton scarf, hugs Reds' Rafa; SIDE BY SIDE: Owen, Mel and dad Stephen cling together Pictures: BRADLEY ORMESHER
With motor running, add vanilla, and cream through feed tube, processing until dough begins to cling together.
WALK ON: Mel sobs on Anfield pitch last night; VICTIM: Young Rhys; LIVERPOOL UTD: Melanie, in Everton scarf, hugs Reds' Rafa; SIDE BY SIDE: Owen, Mel and dad Stephen cling together Pictures: BRADLEY ORMESHER
If cancer cells are present, the antibodies and cancer cells would cling together.