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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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together
Definition:
( informal) mentally and emotionally stable; " she's really together"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
together.
calm
level-headed.
collected
peaceful, Quieter, quietest, unperturbable.
composed
calm, cool, stable, well-adjusted, well-balanced, Soothed, in sync, well-organized, keeping a stiff upper lip, at ease, Disimpassioned, cool as cucumber, have one's act together, keeping one's shirt on, not turn a hair, sure of oneself.
cool
impassive, coolheaded, unagitated, unexcited.
en masse
en masse, all in all, all together, as a group, as a whole, by and large, on the whole, as one, in a body, in a group, as a body, in a mass, in group, in mass.
healthy
well.
intelligent
all there.
levelheaded
levelheaded, far-sighted, with all marbles, in one's right mind.
methodical
grooved, Methodic, Systematical.
of the same mind
like-minded.
orderly
neat as button, to rights, in order, uncluttered, in shape, in good shape, in apple-pie order, neat as pin.
reasonable
percipient, thought-out, clear cut, thought out.
running
running, cursive, in operation, in succession, in action.
sane
of sound mind, both oars in water, having all marbles, playing with full deck.
sound
got it together.
stable
well-founded, set in stone, well-built, brick wall, solid as a rock, brick-wall, staying put.
unified
joined up, tied in.
united
unified.
well
strong as an ox, bright-eyed, alive and kicking, bushy-tailed, in the pink, right as rain, strong as ox, up to par, wrapped tight.
adverb
en masse
all at once, communally, en bloc, in chorus, with one voice, with voice.
running
continuously, successively, uninterruptedly, unintermittedly.
simultaneously
concurrently.
adverb
all
together.
as a group; all at once
all together, closely, coincidentally, collectively, combined, commonly, concurrently, conjointly, contemporaneously, en masse, hand in glove, hand in hand, in concert, in unison, jointly, mutually, side by side, simultaneously, unanimously, unitedly, Concomitantly, synchronically, concertedly, with the beat, as one, in a body, with one accord, in cooperation, with one voice, in one breath, at one fell swoop, on the beat.
in a row
consecutively, continually, continuously, running, successively, night and day, in succession, on end, one after the other, unintermittedly, without a break, without interruption.
simultaneously
synchronously.
noun
jointly
commonly, mutually.
together
collectively, conjointly, in agreement, in collaboration, in concert, jointly, put together, unitedly, unneurotic.
verb
calm
cool.
Examples of usage:
  1. He heard them talking together. – A Dozen Ways Of Love by Lily Dougall
  2. He asked me if we should not read together. – Daisy Burns (Volume 2) by Julia Kavanagh
  3. They won't work; you can't get them together. – Mrs. Falchion, Complete by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 12, 2009
  4. Let us look it over together. – The Mayor's Wife by Anna Katherine Green
  5. " You have told him," said she, as soon as they were left together. – Orley Farm by Anthony Trollope

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