Usage examples for coalesce

  1. I have observed that few make them coalesce." – Together by Robert Herrick (1868-1938)
  2. No because Ram is opening doors all along the corridor and ten of Russett's brightest come pouring out like mercury finding its own level and coalesce in the middle of the floor. – The Lost Kafoozalum by Pauline Ashwell
  3. The ground- colour is pure white, and the whole surface is minutely and thickly speckled with reddish- brown and greyish- purple spots, more closely placed at the thick end, where they coalesce in places and form bold patches. – The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1 by Allan O. Hume
  4. But these two powers would, at any time, have gladly quitted England, to coalesce with France, as being the power which they met every where, opposed as a barrier to all their schemes of aggrandizement. – Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson
  5. The whole body of industrialists is united in league; merchants or exporters are similarly united; a small group of great banks, practically constituting one power, manages the financial side of the national industry and commerce with a singular mixture of daring and judgment, guided by a wonderfully complete enquiry system, a veritable international secret service; the great shipping companies, which coalesce more and more into a single huge national concern, work in close co- operation with organised industry and organised trade; railway transport is managed by the state so as to dovetail into the same machine: and the whole forms altogether a carefully constructed system of co- operation, cohesion and united action. – South America and the War by F. A. Kirkpatrick
  6. Earlier times could allow the Essence and the Form to coalesce without discovering any incongruity in this. – An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy by W. Tudor Jones
  7. At the same time, it is very curious to observe, that the most violent sect of Presbyterians, who might be considered as the representatives of the extreme Cameronian principle, and who had early seceded from the Church, and bitterly opposed the union of the kingdoms, were not indisposed, on certain terms, to coalesce with the Jacobites. – Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and Other Poems by W.E. Aytoun
  8. The nodules coalesce and break down, leading to the formation of multiple superficial ulcers. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  9. And here counsellors were to be found who urged on Agesilaus to attack these troops separately; but fearing lest, in proportion as he pressed on to engage them, the Mantineans might issue from the city behind and attack him on flank and rear, he decided it was best to let the two bodies coalesce, and then, if they would accept battle, to engage them on an open and fair field. – Hellenica by Xenophon
  10. Never can heart coalesce with heart. – Hints for Lovers by Arnold Haultain
  11. For a long time the Saxon and Norman tongues refused to coalesce and were like two distinct currents flowing in different directions. – How to Speak and Write Correctly by Joseph Devlin
  12. 133. " Where d or t go before, the additional letter d or t, in this contracted form, coalesce into one letter with the radical d or t." – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  13. Various figures have been drawn exhibiting the shapes of two masses until their surfaces approach close to one another and even until they just coalesce, but the discussion of their stability is not easy. – Darwin and Modern Science by A.C. Seward and Others