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noun as in union

noun as in sexual intercourse

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Example Sentences

The dangers of this ideological coupling should not be underestimated.

From Vox

Next up, scientists want to observe the lighter particles’ couplings.

Some studies go so far as to suggest that the 30-year decrease in the rate of coupling can be attributed largely to global trade and the 30-year decrease in the number of stable and well-paying jobs for American men that it brought with it.

From Time

Therapeutic deep brain stimulation reduces cortical phase-amplitude coupling in Parkinson’s disease.

What Matt Lohstroh, the co-founder of the startup Giga Energy Solutions, wanted to show with the video was that the coupling of those two environmentally dirty industries could in fact make both cleaner.

From Ozy

In fact, this is the only coupling in the film that makes any sense.

Coupling, Skins, Free Agents: Huge in the U.K., one-season flops in the U.S.

But in some ways, Graham and DeMint offer the perfect coupling.

At $75,000 per coupling, the potential profits are staggering.

The natural result was that anything further than unison coupling was seldom attempted.

The hose coupling makes it easy to connect the motor directly to the water faucet.

The end of the coupling having the small hole was slipped on the pump shaft and fastened with two setscrews.

The motor shaft being a little loose in the coupling, gave it a chance to work free without binding.

One end is provided with a regular coupling for connecting it to the line of good hose.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coupling, such as: pairing, blend, catch, combination, connection, and coupler.

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