confederating

[ adjective, noun kuhn-fed-er-it, -fed-rit; verb kuhn-fed-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF confederating

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He entertained a plan of confederating the colonies together, and aspired to become himself the viceroy of the contemplated union.

Of the charge guilty; except "combining, confederating, and conspiring113 with Edward Spangler," of this not guilty.

He was disappointed (by her excellent defence) of convicting her of witchcraft, and confederating with her lover to destroy him.

The clear, simple, essentially French idea of confederating the battalions had long been in every mind.

In confederating under his superintendence all men knew what they were doing.