coalesce

Part of speech: adjective

Coalescent.

Part of speech: noun

Coalescence.

Part of speech: verb

To grow or come together into one; fuse; blend.

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Usage examples "coalesce":

  1. Rome had absorbed Italy; Italy in turn begins to absorb and coalesce with Gaul, Spain, and Africa. - "Latin Literature", J. W. Mackail.
  2. As now, but in an accentuated degree, the rights of ownership will, in effect, coincide and coalesce with the rights of investment and business management. - "An Inquiry Into The Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation", Thorstein Veblen.
  3. Now, for our parts, men of Lacedaemon, we desire nothing better than to abide by our ancestral laws and institutions, to be free and independent citizens; but if aid from without is going to fail us, we too must follow the rest and coalesce with the Olynthians. - "Hellenica", Xenophon.