for·gath·er verb \fȯr-ˈga-thər\
: to come together as a group
: to meet someone usually by chance
Variants of FORGATHER
for·gath·er or fore·gath·er \fȯr-ˈga-thər\
Examples of FORGATHER
- Members of the organization are planning to forgather in the city for their annual meeting.
- <asked the townsfolk to forgather at the war monument for the Memorial Day ceremony>
First Known Use of FORGATHER
Related to FORGATHER
- cluster, collect, concenter, concentrate, conglomerate, congregate, convene, converge, assemble (or foregather), gather, meet, rendezvous
- break up, disband, disperse, split (up)
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