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amalgamate

[ uh-mal-guh-meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF amalgamate

Synonyms for amalgamate

  • admix
  • alloy
  • ally
  • coalesce
  • combine
  • compound
  • consolidate
  • fuse
  • incorporate
  • integrate
  • intermix
  • meld
  • merge
  • mingle
  • network
  • pool
  • unite
  • come together
  • hook up with
  • interface
  • join together
  • team up
  • tie in
  • tie up
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Antonyms for amalgamate

  • disconnect
  • disjoin
  • divide
  • part
  • separate
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMALGAMATE

They seemed very shy of each other, and did not amalgamate at all.

Mercury does not amalgamate with copper so readily as with gold or silver.

But if you amalgamate your business with that of Captain Danvers's company, you will make 25,000.

The law cannot possibly lower its standard, nor yet amalgamate with grace.

These sometimes fail to amalgamate, and so the artistic precipitation is cloudy.

These are to be well mixed, and allowed to stand a month, to amalgamate.

He has all the genius that could comport with oddity, and all the oddity that could amalgamate with genius.

He would not amalgamate with them; nor would he adopt their principles.

The historical error was that Russia did not amalgamate with the Tartars.

The black and white races had not amalgamated and were not inclining to amalgamate.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, back-formation from amalgamation, or from adjective amalgamate (1640s) from amalgam. Originally in metallurgy; figurative sense of "to unite" (races, etc.) is attested from 1802. Related: Amalgamated; amalgamating. Earlier verb was amalgamen (1540s).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AMALGAMATE

accumulate

verbgather or amass something
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