To Weil, the meeting with Alpert had a very different feel than the get-together with Leary.
His annual Christmas get-together for the Evening News staff was legendary.
Mutual friends encouraged a get-together, believing that the optics alone would be good for the country.
The get-together movement will help religion, and it's going to happen surely.
Well, as a get-together I must admit that the outlook was kind of frosty.
In these days of get-together movements denominational leaders should think clearly with reference to "federated" churches.
This is well recognized throughout the State, and the exclusive “get-together” movements are received with general ridicule.
The farmers held a get-together meeting, decided on a location for a market in Lockport, decided on market days and market hours.
Meal time is joy time; it's the get-together period of smiling faces.
Would you tell us to the best of your recollection what was said at this party or get-together?
A meeting or session, often social; party (1911+)