concatenation

[ kon-kat-n-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF concatenation

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Concatenation from universal reason are astrological signs, iv.

What a concatenation of foolish fancies and wild, confused ideas!

This false science does not study the concatenation of effects and causes.

The marvellous in the affairs of mankind is the concatenation of effects and causes.

The notion of fitness, congruity, and "concatenation accordingly" does not exist.

It illustrates how strange is the concatenation of human thoughts.

Values, concatenation of, 313-14;simultaneous rise or fall of, 8.

Indeed, there seemed something fatalistic in such a concatenation of events.

The concatenation of circumstances is remarkable rather than improbable.

Their Napoleon was the Napoleon of tradition--only he failed to act "in a concatenation according."

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from Late Latin concatenationem (nominative concatenatio) "a linking together," noun of action from past participle stem of concatenare "to link together," from com- "together" (see com-) + catenare, from catena "a chain" (see chain (n.)).

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