collide[ kuh-lahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF collide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLIDE
We don't want to run into a rock, or collide with something.
And her turning so unexpectedly caused me to collide with her sharply.
They collide with themselves and each other, and there are recriminations and reprisals.
She had known Reed long enough not to be likely to collide with any of his prejudices.
He has control of his wheel and is as anxious not to collide as the other fellow.
In the open arena of discussion the ideas of all of us must collide into harmony.
To collide with a fiery ball, larger than the sun, would indeed be terrible.
It is not desirable to capsize or collide with any up-coming vehicle.
Two automobiles may collide, but an automobile does not collide with a fence.
In the very moment when we seemed about to collide, I turned off to the left.