forgather

forgather

[fawr-gath-er]
verb (used without object)
1.
to gather together; convene; assemble.
2.
to encounter someone, especially by chance.
Also, foregather.


Origin:
1505–15; for- + gather

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foregather or forgather (fɔːˈɡæðə)
 
vb
1.  to gather together; assemble
2.  rare to meet, esp unexpectedly
3.  (foll by with) to socialize
 
forgather or forgather
 
vb

forgather (fɔːˈɡæðə)
 
vb
a variant spelling of foregather

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