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The link could be forged by many overlapping streamers coalescing into a single channel of electric current, or by contact between single streamers from each leader.

If 80 percent of the country is dissatisfied with the moral condition of the United States, it seems likely that some significant portion of that group might coalesce around perceived opportunities to change directions.

These 12 stories, set in the same universe as Goldberg’s 2014 novel, Gangsterland, are anchored in southern California’s Inland Empire, and coalesce into a stirring portrait of the region.

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Local tea party groups coalesced and at times put forward candidates for office.

QAnon represents a sprawling set of false claims that have coalesced into an extremist ideology that has radicalized its followers, some of whom participated in the Capitol attack.

The environmental community, reeling from the failure of cap and trade, needed a fight around which to coalesce.

None of the subplots coalesce, with each and every one distracting from the other.

Individual tales of loss can generate mass action only if they are able to coalesce into a collective narrative.

While the opposition to Graham has yet to coalesce around a single opponent, he could be in real trouble if it does.

Meanwhile, with or without Lapid, the opposition will finally have the opportunity to coalesce into a common front.

When the raindrops coalesce on the surface of the earth, the rôle of what we may call land water begins.

I speak now of civilization as a thing distinct from religion, but destined to combine and coalesce with it.

All these lines of growth stand side by side and coalesce in unitary human life.

The river flows onward to a point where the two ranges we have mentioned coalesce.

I could make out a small dark struggling mass which seemed to break into separate parts and then coalesce again.


On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coalesce, such as: consolidate, fuse, integrate, unite, adhere, and amalgamate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.