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Definition of "foregathered" [foregathered]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of foregather. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "foregathered" in a sentence
  • "When Nur al-Din foregathered with his mother and father, they were gladdened in each other with the utmost gladness and care and affliction ceased from them, whilst his parents joyed no less in the Princess Miriam and honoured her with the highmost honour."
  • "You remember when we foregathered on the Tanana, four years come next ice-run?"
  • "Skolkz, a Toyaat Indian of the Yukon, who journeyed down in his youth to the Great Delta where dwell the Innuits, and where he foregathered with a woman remembered as Olillie."
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