Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of amalgamation.

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Examples

  • In a section entitled "The Poetry of Sarah Palin," Palin's peculiar phrasing and word amalgamations are placed in poetic form:

    Geoffrey Dunn: Going Rouge Skewers Palin

  • For those not up to speed on the latest style slang amalgamations, "treggings" - a cross between trousers and leggings - should be topping most of our must-have lists for summer.

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  • Could you do me a favor and add to that list: McLame, RePUGlican, McBush, Libtard, and all the other retarded, unfunny, and not even close to clever two-word amalgamations that seem to infest digg comments?

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • "amalgamations," although such deals could be considered taxable transactions in the U.S. Permalink

    CFO.com: Today in Finance

  • On March 26, 2010, the Huffington Post published an exclusive piece advancing the following thesis: states in Middle East (Western Asia) can foster and attain lasting peace and progress, protect and advance their collective interests, and once again rise to prominence on the world stage through the creation of an all-inclusive regional union; one modeled on the strong elements of other regional amalgamations of states.

    Sam Sasan Shoamanesh: Middle East Integration: A Conversation with Boutros Boutros-Ghali

  • The British are Darwinists, and instead of monstrous machines, they use genetically-engineered amalgamations of animals to create enormous creatures.

    2010 March 04 « The BookBanter Blog

  • Combinations, or merger-control regulations, include acquisition of control, shares or voting rights, as well as mergers and amalgamations.

    India's Competition Law Needs to be Fine Tuned

  • The British are Darwinists, and instead of monstrous machines, they use genetically-engineered amalgamations of animals to create enormous creatures.

    “Leviathan” by Scott Westerfeld (Simon Pulse, 2009) « The BookBanter Blog

  • On March 26, 2010, the Huffington Post published an exclusive piece advancing the following thesis: states in Middle East (Western Asia) can foster and attain lasting peace and progress, protect and advance their collective interests, and once again rise to prominence on the world stage through the creation of an all-inclusive regional union; one modeled on the strong elements of other regional amalgamations of states.

    Sam Sasan Shoamanesh: Middle East Integration: A Conversation with Boutros Boutros-Ghali

  • On March 26, 2010, the Huffington Post published an exclusive piece advancing the following thesis: states in Middle East (Western Asia) can foster and attain lasting peace and progress, protect and advance their collective interests, and once again rise to prominence on the world stage through the creation of an all-inclusive regional union; one modeled on the strong elements of other regional amalgamations of states.

    Sam Sasan Shoamanesh: Middle East Integration: A Conversation with Boutros Boutros-Ghali

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  • the action, process or result of combining or uniting.

    October 8, 2009