Thesaurus / merging

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The increasing twilight was now just merging into night, and a wood stretched between the Northern cavalry and the Southern flank.

The Scouts of StonewallJoseph A. Altsheler

The place pulsated with a roar like that of a great waterfall in a deep gorge, salvo after salvo of cheers swelling and merging.

The Unwilling VestalEdward Lucas White

Mr. Chattaway sat in what was called the steward's room that fine autumn morning—but autumn was merging into winter now.

Trevlyn HoldMrs. Henry Wood

There is a danger of merging the latter in the former of these attributes.

The keynote of service lies in self-sacrifice,—in self-forgetfulness, rather,—in merging one's own life in the lives of others.

Craftsmanship in TeachingWilliam Chandler Bagley

The scream died quickly, merging into a rising paean from the Druids.

Day of the DruidKnut Enferd

He saw on either side depths of lawn, kept cut and roughly trimmed, merging at last again into the darkness.

"Persons Unknown"Virginia Tracy

The yellow sunlight was merging into deep orange and crimson, tinging with a wonderful variety of tints the lower landscape.

Geordie's TrystMrs. Milne Rae

It seemed to her that all the window frames and doorways were merging.

When the Owl CriesPaul Bartlett

I always remember coming upon that gate at the end of Church Passage one autumn evening when twilight was merging into dusk.

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