Definitions for coadunation
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
co•ad•u•natekoʊˈædʒ ə nɪt, -ˌneɪt(adj.)
Biol.united by having joined during growth.
Origin of coadunate:
1600–10; < L coadūnātus, ptp. of coadūnāre to unite <co-co - +ad-ad - +ūnusone
union, as in one body or mass; unity
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