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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of coalesce.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. joined together into a whole.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. joined together into a whole

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Examples

  • This is such an insightful post and brilliantly coalesced from the two books.

    Seeing The Funny Side « Tales from the Reading Room

  • The four wines were vinified separately, and then came together, or "coalesced" into one wine.

    Tasting Notes

  • And then, combined with that, a lot of environmental uncertainty that kind of coalesced together in the spring and summer 2010.

    Good Time To Be Overweight In Equities

  • Eventually the idea coalesced into disrupting their phone lines ... [it's] military common sense that if you can't communicate, you can't plan and organize. "www. factinista.org; www. n-acetylaspartate.com

    Bush��s Way of Earning Political Capital

  • Automatic commits are 'coalesced' into named commits when the user creates a named snapshot of the projects.

    Mark Shuttleworth

  • They all kind of coalesced in my memory, and Hines didn†™ t help me by offering a lot of differentiation.

    Brandywine Books

  • Council members really haven't "coalesced" behind various thoughts on the budget, council member Jack Weiss said recently.

    The Bellingham Herald: Sports News

  • I've come to the conclusion (long time ago, but it kind of coalesced now) that to an awful lot of people that machinery just appears from somewhere.

    Irons in the Fire

  • Akin said his nomination of Luter was not related to a resolution on diversity scheduled to be presented at this year's annual meeting but "just coalesced beautifully."

    Southern Baptists poised for historic election

  • I've been thinking a lot lately about some of these same themes, and just the other day wrote down a (partially borrowed, obviously) thought that coalesced it in my mind: The "Audacity of Hope" versus the "Complacency of Cynicism".

    Flowers in the Desert

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