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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of coalesce.

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Examples

  • Â He will not give up his treasures … Â As they argue, the swirling mist again coalesces into the Prince of Orphans, but even the mighty John Aman is surprised that Orson shoots at him.

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  • It's a Shangri-La-esque gallery that coalesces from the ether once a year.

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  • Thus the "origin coalesces as a structure, one which is really, suddenly, there in the past, but only by the retroactive practice of the present" (1989, 28, 23).

    Bringing About the Past

  • Thus the "origin coalesces as a structure, one which is really, suddenly, there in the past, but only by the retroactive practice of the present" (1989, 28, 23).

    Bringing About the Past

  • He lingers on those transitional moments wherein a swirling morass of chaotic sounds gradually coalesces into a genuine melody.

    Ranging Far and Wide

  • Sadly, while "Reflecting Absence," Michael Arad's newly opened World Trade Center Memorial, possesses some of these qualities, in the end it never coalesces into a convincing, engaging whole.

    A Memorial We Want to Love

  • I weep easily and all I'm a poet, but the terrible beauty of expression in the dancers' bodies and movements, the music and multimedia images Garrett has chosen -- everything coalesces into a stunning unity I never could have imagined when writing the poems or contemplating the story.

    Michael Henry: Men and Women, Ballet, and the Shock of Recognition

  • Inside the stereoscope you see a pathway that leads first across the higher planes of being and then over the superlunary spheres and a feeling coalesces in you that this, this is a journey to be undertaken.

    Superlative Land

  • I weep easily and all I'm a poet, but the terrible beauty of expression in the dancers' bodies and movements, the music and multimedia images Garrett has chosen -- everything coalesces into a stunning unity I never could have imagined when writing the poems or contemplating the story.

    Michael Henry: Men and Women, Ballet, and the Shock of Recognition

  • Lennard and I add our two cents, and our art director Mike Reisel coalesces all the data and feedback into easy-to-digest graphics.

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