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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of conflate.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Marked by conflation or conflations. See conflation, 3.

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Examples

  • To argue that the two are necessarily conflated is a theological argument.

    Dawkins on the OOL

  • While her endnote calls the quote "conflated," the word doesn't fit even as a euphemism: what we have is not conflation but creation.

    The Gnostic shuffle ...

  • BBC claims angry iPlayer plugin mob 'conflated' open source term Hardware attack on RSA implementation "Researchers at the University of Michigan have succeeded in accessing the private RSA key used by an embedded processor by manipulating the power supply to the processor"

    Rootsecure.net

  • But the Premier League told BBC Sport that Pulis had "conflated" two issues - club ownership and financial health.

    BBC - Ouch

  • BBC claims angry iPlayer plugin mob 'conflated' open source term BBC activates iPlayer Flash verification - Locking out open source - Update Article: Adobe Helps PHP Developers Create Rich Internet Applications

    Linux Today

  • Those things were kind of conflated, but I thought it worked.

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  • BBC claims angry iPlayer plugin mob 'conflated' open source term BBC activates iPlayer Flash verification - Locking out open source - Update Article: Adobe Helps PHP Developers Create Rich Internet Applications Article: Reduce Your Infrastructure Costs with Microsoft System Center

    Linux Today

  • I pictured him, my conflated man, sitting in a chair in a cabinet somewhere with a suit on, a solid block of man-seeming soap, watching with saponified eyes the comings and goings of his modern brethren.

    A Bit of Soap

  • Who conflated “gay” with “erotic”, causing both these tags to be affected?

    Dear Amazon « Gin&Comment

  • The draft has also taken out the phrase "deeper integration in the internal market," reflecting the fact that it should be signed by the 17 euro-zone members and nine other EU member states—every EU member state except the U.K., which wants to avoid the single market becoming conflated with the new inter-governmental agreement.

    EU Treaty Draft Offers Wriggle Room

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