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adjective as in convergent

noun as in conflux

noun as in convergence

noun as in coupling

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Example Sentences

That expectation depends on galaxies merging from smaller chunks, and depleting some of their available star-making fuel.

Levine had been in and around AA for more than a decade when he began merging Buddhism with the 12-step teachings.

Once star formation stops in a galaxy, the only way for it to get bigger is by merging with or eating smaller galaxies.

It was then that the duo began seamlessly merging the fashion and sports worlds.

Merging with another giant would boost revenue for Pfizer, and set the stage for another epic round of cost-cutting.

The seasons had gone on till the late summer was merging into the early autumn.

My is prepared in every case by the merging in shvara of the whole of the universe which is come to its ending.

Beyond Montreal stretched a vast wilderness merging at some uncertain point into the other wilderness that was Louisiana.

Off again, we "plugged" away until midnight when we were much surprised to find the usual snow surface merging into blue ice.

Merging all his virtue into one brave deed, the man plunged into the boiling torrent, and never reached the other side.


On this page you'll find 324 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to merging, such as: coming together, concurrent, confluent, connecting, and meeting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.