make common cause against (someone or something)

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make common cause against (someone or something)

To work together to fight, prevent, or thwart someone or something. Once bitter rivals, the two have been forced to make common cause against this new threat.
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But, while Jo's death is so acute me because I knew and liked her, I make common cause with every victim hatred.
But, while Jo's death is so acute for me because I knew and liked her, I make common cause with every victim of hatred.