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synonyms for merging

  • absorb
  • blend
  • combine
  • consolidate
  • fuse
  • incorporate
  • join
  • meld
  • unite
  • amalgamate
  • assimilate
  • cement
  • centralize
  • coalesce
  • compound
  • conglomerate
  • converge
  • intermingle
  • intermix
  • marry
  • meet
  • mingle
  • mix
  • network
  • pool
  • submerge
  • synthesize
  • tag
  • be swallowed up
  • become lost in
  • become partners
  • come aboard
  • deal one in
  • hitch on
  • hook up
  • immerge
  • interface
  • join up
  • line up
  • melt into
  • plug into
  • slap on
  • tack on
  • team up
  • throw in together
  • tie in
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antonyms for merging

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  • disconnect
  • disjoin
  • disperse
  • divide
  • part
  • separate
  • scatter
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How to use merging in a sentence

The seasons had gone on till the late summer was merging into the early autumn.
A HOUSEFUL OF GIRLSSARAH TYTLER
My is prepared in every case by the merging in shvara of the whole of the universe which is come to its ending.
EVOLUTION OF LIFE AND FORMANNIE WOOD BESANT
Beyond Montreal stretched a vast wilderness merging at some uncertain point into the other wilderness that was Louisiana.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
Off again, we "plugged" away until midnight when we were much surprised to find the usual snow surface merging into blue ice.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
Merging all his virtue into one brave deed, the man plunged into the boiling torrent, and never reached the other side.
THE CORNWALL COASTARTHUR L. SALMON
Everything was merging now in the excitement of the Eastern trip, fixed for the end of November.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
And then his dreams took no further shape—merging into the complete unconsciousness of the more restful form of sound slumber.
THE LUCK OF GERARD RIDGELEYBERTRAM MITFORD
The situation also moved Larry profoundly whenever he looked at his old friend, merging into a kindly fellowship with the earth.
CHILDREN OF THE WHIRLWINDLEROY SCOTT
He saw on either side depths of lawn, kept cut and roughly trimmed, merging at last again into the darkness.
"PERSONS UNKNOWN"VIRGINIA TRACY
Follow the directions given in connection with Fig. 113, and it will give you a good idea of merging the two lines.
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WORDS RELATED TO MERGING

  • alliance
  • amalgamation
  • banding together
  • bunch
  • cahoots
  • clan
  • coalition
  • combination
  • confederation
  • conjunction
  • connection
  • crew
  • crowd
  • gang
  • hookup
  • incorporation
  • joining
  • league
  • merging
  • mob
  • outfit
  • partnership
  • relationship
  • ring
  • syndicate
  • tie-in
  • union
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