coalescence[ koh-uh-les ]SEE DEFINITION OF coalescence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COALESCENCE
A coalescence of tribes into a nation had not occurred in any case in any part of America.
The cornea is formed by the coalescence of two structures, viz.
The heroism of Liebknecht was at least a point and center of coalescence.
The frontiers are melting; coalescence, unity, harmony are being achieved.
Separatist tendencies were stronger than those of coalescence.
Coalescence is not rare in leaves, as in the upper pairs of Honeysuckles, Fig. 163.
Sometimes this coalescence is instantaneous and not made known to consciousness.
Small nodules are formed and larger areas by their coalescence.
Compounds which exhibit the full pronoun in coalescence with the adverb ewaidde, yonder.
Contact of pollen grains and naked ovules is followed by their coalescence—the "setting of seeds."