combination[ kom-buh-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF combination
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Rarely has there been exhibited so complete a combination of qualities in statesmanship.
Sulphur springs with Epsom salts in combination are nearly as common.
A combination of crocuses and snow on the ground had given her an inspiration for a gown.
Nothing can be more poetic in colour, form, and combination.
These alloys are made of a combination of aluminum and magnesium.
Dir would have repudiated its ruler and joined the combination.
Chinook is a combination of English, French and Indian words.
For any other combination of offences I would; but his were too unpardonable.
A second after I saw the same suggestion in the combination of "rose" and "bury."
Yes; and not one or two of them, but a combination of very many.
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