- v. present participle of coalesce.
- adj. growing together, fusing
“Unfortunately, Canadian jurisprudence has yet to begin coalescing to the same extent.”
“I've been saddened as this line of argument has been slowly but surely coalescing from the Clinton campaign.”
“Kim, do you think that the Republican repeal-and-replace strategy, which I think they're all kind of coalescing around now, is that something that is going to gain some traction?”
“UPDATE: Mere seconds after posting this post, Congress Daily reported that Senate Republicans are "coalescing" around Meredith Baker, the (former?) acting administrator of the Commerce Department office that oversees broadband.”
“And if the answer to that is, yes, what's the best evidence of this government kind of coalescing?”
“Army Air Corps (Four fried chickens and a coke) is that "coalescing" or "coagulating"?”
“So I think there are number of things that are kind of coalescing to improve the utilization in our restructuring business.”
“I think we're seeing a kind of coalescing of these groups or at least the ideas behind them. ”
“Meanwhile, the President has been incoherent, talking about coalescing around elements of the bill people agree on, I have no idea what he has in mind, while Gibbs tells reporters he has other things to worry about now besides health care.”
“In "If Only…" 2010, the best work here, diagonals and verticals, oranges and blue-grays transcend pattern, coalescing into an organic whole.”
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