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to live or act together in harmony

to support slavishly every opinion or suggestion of a superior

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Rinse off, using bottled water and cottonwool balls, and finish with a little rosewater, leaving it to dry naturally.
The little man is so fragile that he should be wrapped in cottonwool buds.
That this soggy-minded reliance on everybody being equal in games is absurd and that winning and losing is more a part of real life than the cottonwool utopia too many teachers seek to impose.
The fruit is perfectly shaped, without a blemish, and tastes like cottonwool.
DUNDEE UNITED star Billy Dodds will be wrapped in cottonwool as Scotland's striker crisis deepens.
NURSES kept her warm with bubble wrap, used a cottonwool ball as a nappy, bathed her in a sugar bowl and cradled her in the palms of their hands.
Rushall are prepared to wrap striker Scott Gennard in cottonwool in the next week or so to ensure he can play a part in their promotion run-in.
It's like eating cottonwool or a cloud, " she declared, intending it as a compliment.
The Cottonwool Kid is unlikely to be anchored by his 7lb penalty at Ludlow today, where he attempts to follow up last week's Taunton success in the ludlow-racecourse.
But while international fans will get chance to see their heroes, club fans and coaches were upset at the decision to wrap Scotland stars in cottonwool for the final round of Celtic league matches.
The great strength of this pottery, which went through bumpy times during its history, was its romanticised view of English country life - such as cottages with cottonwool smoke coming out of the chimneys while happy woodcutters obligingly march past, returning from the daily task.
The Cottonwool Kid sprang a 20-1 shock under Carl Llewellyn when lifting the three-mile handicap hurdle.
We don't want "Sir" in cottonwool but I do require him to use his loaf a bit more intelligently from now on.
The Cottonwool Kid has been earning his pennies on the sand and over hurdles this season and he looks the one to follow at Wolverhampton's all-weather meeting in the first division of the Festive Fun Handicap.
Two recent examples of horses who had shown dramatically improved form after a wind operation were raised - The Cottonwool Kid, successful at Wolverhampton on February 10, and Facts Not Fiction, a winner at Newbury a day later.