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draw (someone or something) together

1. To cause people or things to come physically close together. Mom drew all of us together in a group hug after Christmas dinner.
2. To cause people to rely on each other for comfort and support. As tough as its been, I think this time of tragedy has really drawn us all together.
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draw someone together

to make people seek one another for emotional support. The tragic accident drew the family all together. Do you think the crisis actually will draw us closer together?
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North American and European business leaders must draw together in support of a new round of global trade negotiations, says Niall FitzGerald, Chairman of Unilever, in a speech tonight to the Economic Club of Washington DC.