from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The union of different substances or parts in one mass.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Union, as in one body or mass; unity.

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  • noun obsolete union into a single body or mass; unity


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Latin coadunatio.


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  • How excellently the German _Einbildungskraft_ expresses this prime and loftiest faculty, the power of coadunation, the faculty that forms the many into one -- _Ineins-bildung_!

    The Art of Letters Robert Lynd 1914

  • "In former epistolary scribblements, I gave you the concatenation of concomitant circumstances initiatory to my transmigration to this remote section of the occidental portions of our columbian republican coadunation," Seneker wrote, graciously supplying alternate, more familiar words, in an opposite column to help the reader along.

    MPNnow Home RSS 2009


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