draw (someone or something) together

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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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References in classic literature ?
But Anna I know, I feel, is every thing that is good and sincere, and our sympathies drew us together.
We were the only men down there, as it was out of the season, and that drew us together.
I'm not exactly sure what initially drew us together, but our personalities didn't quite match up.
We both spoke Spanish, so that's what drew us together.
They drew us together in ways that I will always be appreciative of.
But business aside, it was bowhunting that drew us together.
As I told it, I discovered that I was face-to-face with the people gathered for worship in a way that drew us together.
How can we get back the spark and friendship that drew us together in the beginning?
One of the things that drew us together was that we both had this fascination with Halloween," Berg said.
He recalls: "I think the thing that drew us together was we felt it was important when you did a performance that you did the best for your audience.
What drew us together was an international ecumenical study consultation on the "Global health situation and the mission of the church in the 21st century".
I fear contrived re-unions, for we are much changed by time and circumstances, and that which drew us together in the past may no longer be there.
I think that's what drew us together in the first place," he says, holding a Marlboro cigarette to thin lips set amid jowls that look more accustomed to smiling than frowning.