Definition of With:

part of speech: noun

A willow twig; a band consisting of twigs twisted together.

part of speech: prefix

With as a prefix, except in the word withal, signifies opposition, privation, departure; from or against.

part of speech: preposition

In the company of; in the society of; in partnership; denoting connection, by denoting cause, instrument, or means; on the side of; in opposition to; immediately after.

Usage examples:

  • What would you do with it? Winston Churchill in "The Crisis, Volume 6".
  • So is it with Christ. Marcus Dods in "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I".
  • I want you to go with me. Charles Weathers Bump in "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories".
  • Is Jane with Richard? Marie Belloc Lowndes in "Jane Oglander".

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