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Coalescence

Pronunciation of Coalescence
/kə͡ʊəlˈɛsəns/, /kə‍ʊəlˈɛsəns/, /k_əʊ_ə_l_ˈɛ_s_ə_n_s/

Synonyms for coalescence

clot (noun)

array, batch, battery, body, bulk, bunch, bundle, clotting, clump, cluster, coagulum, conglutination, consolidation, curd, curdling, embolism, embolus, glob, gob, group, lump, occlusion, precipitate, set, thickness, thrombus, Grume.

coalescence (noun)

coalescency, coalition, concretion, conglutination.

combination (noun)

aggregate, amalgam, amalgamation, blending, brew, combo, composite, compound, connection, fusion, junction, medley, merger, miscellany, mishmash, mix, order, sequence, solution, soup, stew, succession, synthesis, unification, union, Olio, everything but kitchen sink.

concretion (noun)

solidification.

fusion (noun)

admixture, alloy, blend, coalition, commixture, federation, heating, integration, intermixture, liquefaction, melting, merging, soldering, uniting, welding, Coadunation, Immixture, Smelting, Commingling, liquification.

synthesis (noun)

construction, entirety, integrating, organism, organization, structure, unit, whole, Forming, Constructing, building a whole, making one.

unification (noun)

affinity, alliance, combination, concurrence, confederation, coupling, hookup, interlocking, linkage, Melding.

lump

clot.

Usage examples for coalescence

  1. These concern the yearly economic cycle, the rhythm of movement from buffalo prairies to the mountains, the coalescence and fragmentation of social groups, the types of fish and game taken and the technology involved- cultural facts not immediately linked to situational, historical factors. – Shoshone-Bannock Subsistence and Society by Robert F. Murphy Yolanda Murphy
  2. The heroism of Liebknecht was at least a point and center of coalescence. – The Future Belongs to the People by Karl Liebknecht
  3. There is no constitutional barrier in the way of their coalescence with any party, whom interest or caprice may select. – Act, Declaration, & Testimony for the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation, as Attained to, and Established in Britain and Ireland; Particularly Betwixt the Years 1638 and 1649, Inclusive by The Reformed Presbytery
  4. At present it would seem to be impossible to reach coalescence by any series of stable transformations, and if this is so Professor Jeans's investigation has ceased to be truly analogous to our problem at some undetermined stage. – Darwin and Modern Science by A.C. Seward and Others
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