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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fuse.
- adj. Joined together by fusing.
- adj. Melted.
- adj. Furnished with a fuse.
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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In a former paper, in which we dwelt much on this subject, we mentioned that we had the report of a very scientific friend, who had spent nearly a life of leisure and competence in experiments on pictures, that the paint of the old masters _fused_, not only where white lead had been used, but in every part; and we ourselves saw him try the experiment upon the background of an old picture, by means of the blow-pipe, and the result was a fused substance -- a glass.
a and b are fused to form experience c, we should treat ˜fused™ as referring to a process in which
"Dymaxion" is a neologism fused from "dynamic," "maximum," and "tension;" Fuller applied it to several of his quixotic projects: the car, the house, the map of the world.
The word fused several circuits in his brain for a few seconds.
She specialized in fused glass for 25 years in Alaska and Hawaii before coming to Ajijic.
In his work on human rights, Cassin fused his legal knowledge, his humanitarian instinct, and his belief in internationalism.
I hadn’t been terribly inspired by anything I’d seen in fused glass, but I figured that it was one of the few types of glassworking I hadn’t tried yet, so I ought to give it a go.
A run-on sentence – also known as a fused sentence – is a sentence in which two or more independent clauses run together, i.e. the clauses are not joined by a conjunction or by punctuation:
However, the cost of aluminum could be reduced by recycling it from the alumina using a process called fused salt electrolysis.
Claudio Castiglioni was born in Varese, where his father, Giovanni, founded Cagiva, a metalworking company whose name fused the first two letters of Castiglioni, Giovanni and Varese.
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