lay (our/your/their) heads together

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lay (our/your/their) heads together

To work together to come up with an idea or solution. If the two of you lay your heads together, I'm confident you'll figure out a workable solution. Don't worry, we're laying our heads together to come up with a catchier slogan right now.
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References in classic literature ?
And the two gentlemen were laying their heads together and consulting as to the best means of being useful to Mrs.
And he and the wheelwright, laying their heads together, resolved to acquaint the Squire with Tom's afternoon occupations; but in order to do it with effect, determined to take him captive and lead him away to judgment fresh from his evil doings.
He said: "It looks as if four hills were laying their heads together to shut out daylight from the black, blackguardly abyss of a hole that it is, and goes straight down from the roadside as perpendicularly as it can go, to be a heathery brae.