English version

togetherness

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtogethernessto‧geth‧er‧ness /təˈɡeðənəs $ -ðər-/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TOGETHERthe pleasant feeling you have when you are part of a group of people who have a close relationship with each other 🔊 the togetherness we felt at college
Examples from the Corpus
togethernessYour son/daughter will experience joy, peace and togetherness.This is because of the continuous cycle of separation and togetherness, when the relationship is constantly being renewed.Certainly, their post-game talk was all about unselfishness, ball-sharing and togetherness.The days of cheerful togetherness were long gone.Our family has a strong sense of togetherness.Certainly it must help them locate a mate and induce a feeling of social togetherness.To such Republicans unity is the togetherness of the master and the servant, the victor and the vanquished.
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