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I was told it was one word in the context of "with eachother", rather than "each other thing".
- I think you were told wrong, then. It's possible that these words are drifting together with use, but I don't think you'll find the single word "eachother" in dictionaries, in general. Try searching for "eachother" and "with each other" in Google. You'll find that most of the results are two words, even in the context you describe. — Dvortygirl 00:01, 20 September 2006 (UTC)
- Such is the evolution of language. Eventually, "exercise" will become "exercize".