Definitions

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  • v. create by putting components or members together

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Examples

  • But when I proposed this idea at the opera-house, nobody would so much as hearken to me, and I was obliged to tack together music and dances in the usual manner: on this account the divertissement, although full of charming ideas which do not diminish the beauty of scenes, succeeded but very middlingly.

    The Confessions of J J Rousseau

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