Thesaurus / merge
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Their object is to merge all natural and all social sentiment in inordinate vanity.
He became great because he could merge his own suffering in the suffering of all,—a mark of all deep men.
PHILOSOPHY AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEMWILL DURANT
But remember, always, that when Atoms "combine" they do not merge their identities—they simply "marry," and nothing more.
DYNAMIC THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
They alternate, but do not merge into one another to produce intermediate forms.
THE MYSTERY OF 31 NEW INNR. AUSTIN FREEMAN
"Yes, I suppose so," answered the girl, with an effort to merge a smile into the expression accompanying a sympathetic sigh.
In herself worthy of distinction, she must merge all distinction in his.
THE PARISIANS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Without any doubt it is a solar appendage and possibly it may merge into the zodiacal light.
There were also the two celebrated schools of grammarians at Basra and Kufa, soon to merge in the school of Bagdad.
THE LITERATURE OF ECSTASYALBERT MORDELL
As these two kinds of literature had a common ground in diction, there was a tendency from very early times for them to merge.
RHETORIC AND POETRY IN THE RENAISSANCEDONALD LEMEN CLARK
In brief I mean this, that you would allow it to merge into an engagement.
A LAODICEANTHOMAS HARDY
WORDS RELATED TO MERGE
- bunch up
- get together
- glue oneself to
- hitch on
- hook on
- plug into
- put together
- slap on
- stand in with
- tack on
- tag on
- team up with
- throw in together
- tie up with
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