Coalite

• (v. t.) To cause to unite or coalesce. • (v. i.) To unite or coalesce.
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Coalite

Co'a·lite intransitive verb [ Latin coalitus , past participle of coalescere . See Coalesce .] To unite or coalesce. [ Obsolete] « Let them continue to coalite . Bolingbroke. »
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Coalite

Co'a·lite transitive verb To cause to unite or coalesce. [ Obsolete] « Time has by degrees blended . . . and coalited the conquered with the conquerors. Burke. »
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coalite

coalite 1. To unite or coalesce. 2. To cause to unite or coalesce.
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