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close/packed/crowded etc together

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclose/packed/crowded etc togetherclose/packed/crowded etc togetherNEARif people or objects are close together, packed together etc, they are placed very near to each other The trees had been planted a little too close together. The climbers were sitting huddled together for warmth. together
Examples from the Corpus
close/packed/crowded etc togetherThe main street in Lincoln is narrow, and the little houses are close together.These horses show relaxed, peaceful outlines, with friends standing particularly close together.They stood close together in silence, listening.Though they are close together on the couch, there is in fact a chasm between them.The Beastline were standing close together, silhouetted against the sky.We draw close together to complete our plans.
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