amalgamate

Part of speech: verb

To unite in an alloy with mercury; combine; mix.

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Usage examples "amalgamate":

  1. The Laws of Rollo had been restored to their old strength by Harold Blacktooth, and at last Neustrians and Scandinavians seemed in a fair way to amalgamate and produce that nation of warriors and lawyers which they afterwards became. - "The Story of Rouen", Sir Theodore Andrea Cook.
  2. If it be true that 'birds of a feather flock together, ' you and she must amalgamate. - "Mrs. Geoffrey", Duchess.
  3. The misfortune of Luther is that he could not, as a Melancthon in large measure could, amalgamate the best elements of these complementary natures. - "Platform Monologues", T. G. Tucker.