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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of foregather.


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  • And I draws a jug o 'Santiago rum, and there was lemons an' sugar and a little ice, and we foregathers like a couple of old shipmates after a foreign cruise.

    Sonnie-Boy's People

  • He foregathers with those of his own nation, and favours them against the stranger, but so do the Scotch.

    Anticipations Of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human life and Thought

  • The eyes of a mariner and the eyes of a soldier, or of a man who foregathers with soldiers, are quick to detect strange rigging.

    Lorraine A romance

  • Among the bravos a momentary note of comedy intruded upon the intended tragedy, as is often the way when humanity foregathers on sinister business.

    The Duke's Motto A Melodrama

  • Harry led the new arrival into his tent, and proceeded forthwith to discard his working clothes and divest himself of the stains of his day's toil as he chatted animatedly, asking questions for the most part, as is the wont of the old hand -- and Escombe had by this time grown to quite regard himself as such -- when he foregathers with somebody fresh from "home".

    Harry Escombe A Tale of Adventure in Peru

  • 'Tis a wily fox, "added the man (talking as they all did in their Irish tongue)," among these score of lights, who shall say which is his, or whither he foregathers?

    Sir Ludar A Story of the Days of the Great Queen Bess


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