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adjective as in incorporated

Strongest match

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adjective as in melted

adjective as in molten

Weak match

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From Fortune

Four years later, Britain has become a hub for the West’s growing skepticism of China, and Covid-19 was the match that lit the fuse.

From Quartz

They mixed carbonated water with syrups, and fused them together seamlessly in a frothy cold stream – all on demand.

Part of his skill was that he and the television camera were fused into one.

He fused bold stylistic efforts with an exploration of the horrors of contemporary Europe.

But the content of American religious belief—the way they have fused biblical beliefs with nationalist myths—is distinctive.

The former president fused folksiness and wonkiness in boosting his successor.

On being fused with twenty-three libras of lead, nothing was obtained from the said assay.

Or take Glinkas Night in Madrid; in what a masterly fashion the various sections of this overture are fused together!

But (in the Divinity) (these three, choice, being and will) do not form a multiplicity; they must be considered as having fused.

My wife tol' me zuzzer day she saw piece Crown Derby 'n' fainted dead way, 'n' r'fused t' come to f'r half 'n hour.

Health interests are fused with social and economic development, but should undoubtedly dominate rather than be dominated by them.


On this page you'll find 125 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fused, such as: integrated, assimilated, and joined.

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