consolidation

[ kuh n-sol-i-dey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF consolidation

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The parties could agree neither on terms of consolidation nor on boundaries.

In all these acts of consolidation the influence of Mr. Wade was active and powerful.

The consolidation still required the sanction of the legislature.

One of the roads entering into the consolidation was the Utica and Schenectady.

I—I—ugh, ugh, I know what you want:—a consolidation and annihilation of the States.

James is to have his proxies and to arrange the consolidation.

The fine fruit is caused by the consolidation of the imperfect flowers.

To Rachel he arrived as the complement, the consolidation, of the resolve that she had made.

Think of the ages which the molten earth required for its consolidation.

Competition changed its character as consolidation increased.

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