Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Related as parts of a combination; united closely; associated; leagued; confederated; banded.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. United closely; confederated; chemically united.
- adj. made or joined or united into one
“When an element does occur by itself, as is the case with gold, we say that it occurs in the _free state_ or _native_; when it is combined with other substances in the form of compounds, we say that it occurs in the _combined state_, or _in combination_.”
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“The preview allowed visitors to walk in and experience the space, which embodies the eclecticism and global design language of the label combined with the green thread of sustainability.”
““Law of Simplicity” implies that a term combined with itself has no effect, hence A = AA = AAA = etc.”
“Tookey preferred to focus on performance on what he calls a "combined business basis" which he said showed the bank made a £1.7bn profit.”
“When the Yankees and Phillies both were eliminated with their biggest stars striking out, subscriber Chuck A. wrote, "The League Championship Series closed out with $51 million in combined salary taking strike three with the bat on their respective shoulders (nice going Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Howard).”
“With Hall and Rogers playing very physically, Jackson and Maclin combined for just four catches for 34 yards and no touchdowns in Washington's 17-12 victory.”
“I liked Boogeyman with Comedian and I liked Luftballoons when Laurie met Dan on the date. but other moments, again combined with some of the slo-mo (the entire funeral scene) just made me cringe.”
“You didn't get mad when Bush rang up 10 trillion dollars in combined budget and current account deficits.”
“About 3/4's of Wyoming and 1/4 of Montana which combined is a fairly large piece of real estate.”
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