converge

[ kuhn-vurj ]SEE DEFINITION OF converge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVERGE

All of these three armies were naturally to converge on Paris.

The web is composed of all the routes which start from the coast and converge on Timbuktu.

The two sierras appear to converge at the eastern end of the valley.

They enable the reader to converge and associate with the noblest and best minds.

He saw Gunderson and Mellors converge on one of the pirates.

All the Indian trails in the country seemed to converge at this point.

At the outer end of the train-shed, its tracks begin to converge.

The pores are separated by high parallel crests and arranged in longitudinal rows, which converge towards the aboral hinge.

All the threads of interest are gathered together and converge on him.

If they are parallel they cannot by definition either diverge or converge.

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