gathering together

References in classic literature ?
Grave thoughts were gathering together in his mind.
It is pretty (but dreadfully affecting) to see them on Boxing Night gathering together the babies of their old loves.
His crouch was a gathering together, an assembling of all the parts of him under the rule of the spirit of him, for the spring upward to meet in mid career this monstrous, menacing thing.
It will easily be conjectured that all these rival interests, gathering together in vapors, necessarily produced clouds, and that the clouds were likely to be followed by a tempest.
For man, autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together.
The festival celebrates the American tradition of community members gathering together to celebrate the conclusion of the growing season and the harvesting of summer's last bounty.
Pow Wows are a lot more than just a bunch of people gathering together to dance in elaborate costumes, plumage, and beadwork.
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0nly the Pope, said Father Buttet, was capable of gathering together all Swiss Catholics, who have been divided for decades.
This is silence as attentiveness, a gathering together of one's forces.
PEOPLE from churches of all denominations from Coventry and Warwickshire will be gathering together for a millennium celebration.