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The officer says the guards kept constant watch for clues among the prisoners for coalescing groups and ascending leaders.

Three more of signed on last week, a sign of how quickly support is coalescing around a Clinton candidacy.

This was “Fusion”—a coalescing of all the reform tendencies behind one man to defeat the corrupt Democrats.

Democrats are coalescing early around a front-runner who certainly will be lavishly funded, Hillary Clinton.

The Coalition had many component parts, some coalescing without difficulty, but with no special cordiality.

The ureters are also much narrower than in previously described Ganoids and, after coalescing, open into the united oviducts.

The threads then completely envelop the food, coalescing as soon as they touch, thus bringing it within the animal.

At present it is like a number of round-edged boards of every size, set on end, and slowly coalescing at their edges.

To take one instance alone, his spider's web over the poor's box is a union of remote ideas, coalescing but too perfectly.

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On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coalescing, such as: absorption, combination, consolidation, application, assembly, and centering.

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

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