Definition of foregather:
garner, run into, tack together, put together, collect, tack, pull together, cope with, adjoin, encounter, satisfy, touch, meet, conform to, pile up, tuck, fit, fulfil, set up, fill, see, cumulate, match, play, assemble, gain, pucker, fulfill, contact, amass, gather, suffer, forgather, get together, accumulate, come across, run across, conglomerate, converge, piece, take on, receive.
- "Deep Furrows", Hopkins Moorhouse.
For weeks before harvest Jarge patrolled my wheatfields, crowds of sparrows rising and dispersing for a time after every shot, only, I fear, to foregather again very soon on another field, perhaps half a mile distant.- "Grain and Chaff from an English Manor", Arthur H. Savory.
Meanwhile, the decent thing to do, if she did not want to brand herself in the sight of her conscience as a female Fillmore, was to go back temporarily to Mrs. Meecher's admirable establishment and foregather with her old friends.- "The Adventures of Sally", P. G. Wodehouse.