together with (someone or something)

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together with (someone or something)

Along with someone or something; as well as someone or something. My headache, together with my fever, are making me feel pretty lousy.
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together with

In the company of; also, in addition to. For example, He arrived at the theater together with his girlfriend, or The lawyer found the will, together with other papers, in the murdered man's files. [Late 1400s] For a synonym, see along with.
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toˈgether with


1 including: Together with the Johnsons, there were 12 of us in the villa.
2 in addition to; as well as: I sent them my order, together with a cheque for £40.
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References in classic literature ?
It was long ere I could close an eye, and heaven knows I had matter enough for thought in the man whom I had slain that afternoon, in my own most perilous position, and above all, in the remarkable game that I saw Silver now engaged upon--keeping the mutineers together with one hand and grasping with the other after every means, possible and impossible, to make his peace and save his miserable life.
Most recently, Edmond, together with one of the company's associates, Brian Weiss, were the brokers in the sale of 133-135 Greenwich Street in New York, which closed in February for $20M.