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Princeton's WordNet

  1. coalescent, coalescingadjective

    growing together, fusing

    "coalescent tradititions"; "coalescent bones"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Coalescing

    of Coalesce

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of coalescing in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of coalescing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of coalescing in a Sentence

  1. Lee Hanley:

    Just as Republicans are coalescing in greater numbers to support Senator Cruz, the pro-Cruz Super PACs understand that together we can be more effective and efficient in promoting the candidacy of Senator Cruz.

  2. Brian Fallon:

    There's never been any sort of embrace from any sort of representative of the establishment wing of the party signaling that it's OK to be for Bernie, so you could say,' Oh,( The Sanders campaign) should have done that in that week in between Nevada and South Carolina' ;' They should've tried to signal that there's a coalescing happening.' But really you can't pull that together in one week's time.

  3. Ted Cruz:

    This is yet another sign that conservatives are coalescing behind The Ted Cruz campaign.

  4. Mike Cernovich:

    I call it the new right, the new right-wing movement is a wide group of people committed to free speech, anti-war, trade, it’s sympathetic to whistleblowers. It’s coalescing on a number of issues.

  5. Jason Blazakis:

    What John Miller see now is a coalescing of the movement.

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    not established or confirmed
    • A. foreordained
    • B. unsealed
    • C. indiscernible
    • D. ravening

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