Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To join fitly or becomingly together; make well connected; choose and compose suitably.
- To clear; purify.
- Fit; apt; suitable.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To place fitly together; to adapt; to clear.
- Latin concinnatus, past participle of concinnare ("to concinnate"). See concinnity. (Wiktionary)
“His massive discourses, based on God's word, were a solid pile of concinnate argument, illuminated with the divine light, and glowing with the divine love shed abroad in his heart.”
“Each one has his place to fill and his part to do, and the consequence is a concinnate whole.”
“But first an explanation to concinnate my narrative.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘concinnate’.
List of adjectives such as everduring that do not frequent common speech and writing. A continuation of my list Adjectival Arcana, which had grown to over 7700 words and had become far too cumbersome.
Words designated rare (but not obsolete) in the OED.
Looking for tweets for concinnate.