[ US /əˈmæɫɡəˌmeɪt/ ]
[ UK /ɐmˈælɡɐmˌe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. to bring or combine together or with something else
    resourcefully he mingled music and dance
  1. joined together into a whole
    the amalgamated colleges constituted a university
    United Industries
    a consolidated school
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How To Use amalgamate In A Sentence

  • That complete dependence on each other, which insures habits of confidence and forbearance, is more easily acquired while the first dream of love lasts; and tastes and tempers amalgamate better in the end when there are no witnesses to observe that they do not quite fit at first. The Semi-Attached Couple
  • Richard and Bolingbroke ultimately represent two types of souls or distinct aspects of the soul that must be amalgamated in a single man, achieving the soul's harmony by counterpoint.
  • The new ü did not long hold its own; it became diphthongized to iu and was amalgamated with the native iw of words like new and slew. Chapter 9. How Languages Influence Each Other
  • The manufacturers have agreed to amalgamate their brand names for the duration in the interest of the Allied war effort. HUMAN VOICES
  • The current proposals are a choice between North Yorkshire Police merging with the West Yorkshire force, or being amalgamated into a Yorkshire and Humber regional force.
  • A possible future is that regions will pass away and districts amalgamate to make contracts for more specialist services - tertiary care.
  • This is to be amalgamated with the Physical Chemistry Laboratory in 1994, when the new professor takes office.
  • The chemical companies had amalgamated into a vast conglomerate.
  • Former Scottish soldiers gather in Dundee to protest against the government's plans to amalgamate Scots regiments.
  • Moreover, technically speaking, this would be the perfect moment to amalgamate the three major currencies into one.
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