Definition of 'stick together'
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We are in a fight now we got to stick together & go again. The Sun (2014)But we stuck together and got back on track. The Sun (2009)We needed to stick together and stay calm. The Sun (2011)The remaining guys must stick together and work hard. The Sun (2008)They stick together and put their bodies on the line. The Sun (2013)But we stuck together from minute one. The Sun (2016)It is going to be choppy a bit but you stick together and come through the storm. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They got there by sticking together and fighting. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The only panic was when my lasagne sheets got stuck together. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But we need to stick together and get some points in the next few games. The Sun (2008)But we have just got to stick together. The Sun (2016)All of us have got to stick together and try to turn it around. The Sun (2009)We have to stick together and put this game behind us and look forward to the next one. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But we have to take that criticism, stick together and prove people wrong. The Sun (2007)Need to stick together and get back to Winning ways! The Sun (2014)Everybody was shocked, but we stuck together and have come through the other side. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But we'll stick together and come back stronger. The Sun (2016)If you stick together and people perform their roles well, you can become a very strong team. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Perhaps you should consider taking back control and sticking together for the sake of your house price, as well as domestic harmony. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The message I want to get across is about people sticking together and reporting incidents. The Sun (2011)He said: 'We stuck together and stayed in the game for so long. The Sun (2014)Suggestions people will stick together to avoid payouts are, as yet, anecdotal. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is no sight of any fighting from England players, it was all about sticking together and getting back into the tunnel. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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