[ UK /ɐmˌælɡɐmˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /əˌmæɫɡəˈmeɪʃən/ ]
  1. the combination of two or more commercial companies
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How To Use amalgamation In A Sentence

  • Is particularly early snow mushroom, in the formulating and float to fall of easily adsorb a lot of contaminants in the course, the quare amalgamation out of character drinks.
  • Tickets for other Amalgamation matches should soon be available and it is hoped that more extensive advertising and a reduced number of contests at favoured venues will see a reverse in the dwindling attendances.
  • Nobody would be in a position to give other than a personal view on what might happen if you engaged, for example, in amalgamations of these various bodies.
  • The addition of a ferule was the next step; and the omission of the tang, and amalgamation of the ferule with the blade, gave rise to the socketed spear-head. The Bronze Age in Ireland
  • The British are Darwinists, and instead of monstrous machines, they use genetically-engineered amalgamations of animals to create enormous creatures. 2010 March 04 « The BookBanter Blog
  • A hikoi or protest march against the proposed amalgamation of Auckland's districts into one - Articles related to Rabies toll up as dogs roam holiday haven
  • Perhaps the best amalgamation of Kahane's effectively intricate arrangements and the newly acquired electric guitar sheen occurs on "Last Dance," a melancholic portrait of a new widow, or perhaps an abandoned lover "She takes her bundle of pills, she poaches her egg and eats it/And feels his slight impression like crushed pillows hold the shape of a body after nights of sleep and shadows". Daniel J. Kushner: After Aesthetics: Gabriel Kahane's Where Are The Arms
  • And all of us want to know if your hair is real, or it's a toupee or if it's comb-over, died amalgamation or mix of one of the above?
  • This scheme contains a number of amendments, including the amalgamation of some smaller polling districts and their polling stations.
  • Whichever way this concoction settles the resulting amalgamation is pure brilliance, you really need to see this movie. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
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