togetherhood

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From together +‎ -hood.

Noun[edit]

togetherhood (uncountable)

  1. The state, condition, or quality of being together; union; unity; togetherness.
    • 2010, Kathleen D. Romine, Smirk in the Wind:
      I think about the other few times in the past four years of our togetherhood that he has said that very thing. I've come to hate those words.
    • 2012, Esta Cassway, Ghost Daddy:
      What I forgot she remembered with relish, tidbits of our togetherhood: Me depositing a scroungy new puppy, hidden in a basket, on her bed as she slept; Me closing my eyes and yelling, “A bus! A bus!” thefirst time I drove her in my car; [...]