Synonyms for assimilation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSIMILATION
My proclivities are entirely aristocratic: I have no power of assimilation with the canaille.
He exceeded his capacity of mental digestion and assimilation.
The power of assimilation which a growing nature must possess is astonishing.
Many other considerations helped in this process of assimilation.
There were therefore no beginnings of any assimilation between them and the latter.
A vital quality is for Roux a special process or mode of assimilation.
Assimilation is the tendency of a sound to imitate its neighbour.
All these feelings on the part of the assimilation Jews are comprehensible.
This is another one of her steps in the process of assimilation or extermination.
This power of assimilation has always been a mark of Southern genius.
early 15c., "act of assimilating," from Old French assimilacion, from Latin assimilationem (nominative assimilatio) "likeness, similarity," noun of action from past participle stem of assimilare (see assimilate). Psychological sense is from 1855.
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