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  1. scatter or intersperse like dots or studs
    Hills constellated with lights
  2. come together as in a cluster or flock
    The poets constellate in this town every summer
  3. form a constellation or cluster
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How To Use constellate In A Sentence

  • You know, certain people are just more coherent than others, and maybe when they die, they don't get all blown apart, but have constellated a bunch of things around a certain core element of soul, and that inhabits something new.
  • Margaret, the protagonist and instigator, is a Caribbean immigrant who embodies a form of diasporic consciousness that seamlessly constellates Canada, America, and the West Indies.
  • A Jungian would say annoyingly that they "constellate" each other, that is, whenever one shows up it invokes the other. Obama has "developed a self-discipline so complete... that he has established dominion over not only what he does but also how he feels."
  • His face was yellow, parchment-like, annulated with wrinkles, withered with age; his long beard floated like a white cloud on the jewelled stars that constellated the robe of netted gold across his breast. Figures of Several Centuries
  • Upon retiring from the book business in 1998 after forty-eight years, he began work on the fluent autumnal poems that would eventually constellate into Breathing Room, several of which first appeared in The Atlantic. A Life's Work
  • Its basically a pictorial guided to psychology, and is meant to help you interpret how these things are constellated in you, what forces are being brought to bear invisibly, etc.
  • We discuss a mathematical model of contexts which allows a context to split into several contexts, agglutinate from several contexts, or to constellate out of relatively acontextual processing. The Title of this Blog
  • These astrological aspects will constellate the Hero's Journey I've been speaking of. Taurus Full Moon 2008: Time to Examine our Values
  • That way you are poised to take advantage of the string of opportunity energies that constellate through April. Phyllis F. Mitz: Ask Phyllis...Astrology and Beyond: A Scorpio's Search
  • It took years of therapy to dismantle the tonnage of history and mystery that had constellated into this terror of intimacy. Kim Rosen: Naked Words: Our First Language Is Poetry
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