coalesce

[ koh-uh-les ]SEE DEFINITION OF coalesce

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COALESCE

But, as men out of power, they could not coalesce with those who were in.

They have no affinities—no attractions—no tendencies to coalesce.

Do you see how naturally they coalesce when brought in contact?

Our life is divided into two parts which cannot and will not coalesce.

If the sponges are of different species they will not coalesce.

Then, as soon as Mutimer's settlement gets going, we can coalesce.

It is their own inherent nature to coalesce into one, or for Power to pass into Act.

These are usually discrete, but in certain situations they may coalesce.

The Clark girls do not, as yet, coalesce in their system of improvement.

Neither in effect can coalesce with the other and retain a right to exist.

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