combine

[ verb kuhm-bahyn for 1, 2, 6, kom-bahyn for 3, 7; noun kom-bahyn, kuhm-bahyn for 8, 9, kom-bahyn for 10 ]SEE DEFINITION OF combine

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMBINE

It is individual ardour alone that can combine into larger flame.

If we are going to combat the 'yellow peril' we must combine against it.

He changed his mind and decided to combine safaris with the Leopard Woman.

But some day the classes must combine to make a stand against the masses.

Can you think of any other method that will combine duplicity with a clear conscience?

Do you threaten us with force from your Combine devoted to peace?

Oxygen will combine with iron or lead or sodium, but cannot be made to combine with fluorine.

Carbon will combine with hydrogen, but will drop it if it can get oxygen.

They combine the energy of manhood with the engaging unconsciousness of childhood.

If we attempted to harmonize or to combine them, we should make out of them, not a system, but the caricature of a system.

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