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adjective as in confluent

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Massive year-over-year changes in gaming are rare because even if a historically unique platform launches or is unveiled, it takes time for a critical mass of developers to congregate and adopt something new — and longer for users to coalesce.

His instinct to champion policies others had already coalesced behind had dominated his political career.

In this case, studying material from Ryugu can help us understand what the early solar system was like when massive amounts of gas and dust were coalescing into different asteroids, moons, and planets—including habitable worlds like Earth.

Democrats coalesced behind Atlanta pastor Raphael Warnock, who received the most votes of any candidate in this first round, about 33 percent.

So at the beginning of the pandemic, she and her team expected that Americans would coalesce around public health experts’ recommendations, or that other demographic factors — like age — would turn into key dividing lines.

Two of the three green spots, which have become still more enlarged, are coalescent.

Her Song is heard, a mutter of music, low yet coalescent in slow estrangement from her lips.

Involucral leaves coalescent into an oblong truncate hairy tube, blended in our species with the calyptra; perianth none.

Gamopetalous, said of a corolla the petals of which are thus coalescent into one body, whether only at base or higher.

The Negro wanted the world war to prove that he, too, was a coalescent element in the civilization of the world.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coalescent, such as: flowing, joining, mingling, coming together, concurrent, and connecting.

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