confluent

[ kon-floo-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF confluent
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The stem is stout, often hollow when old, confluent with the cap.

The small-pox is well divided by Sydenham into distinct and confluent.

The walls of the perithecia are carbonous, and confluent with the crust.

The Small Pox is of two varieties or degrees, distinct and confluent.

It is not a long time since the two ice bodies were confluent.

Two confluent glaciers do not mingle their currents as do two confluent rivers.

The meshes are partly simple, oblong, partly lobed or composed of two to four (commonly three) confluent meshes.

The latter sea is confluent on the west with the Libyan and Carpathian seas.

For they say that the ocean is confluent, how then can they place mountains in the midst of it?

Radial main-spines straight, longer than the shell-diameter; on the distal end with a few irregular, confluent, lateral branches.

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