Confluent

joined together
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Confluent

joined together
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confluent

[adj] - flowing together
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Confluent

Con'fluĀ·ent adjective [ Latin confluens , -entis , present participle of confluere , - fluxum ; con- + fluere to flow. See Fluent .] 1. Flowing together; meeting in their course; running one into another. « These confluent stea...
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confluent

1. Joining; running together; denoting certain skin lesions which become merged, forming a patch; denoting a disease characterised by lesions which are not discrete, or distinct one from the other. ... 2. Denoting a bone formed by the blending together of two originally distinct bones. ... Origin: L. Con-fluo, to flow together ... (05 Mar 2000) ......
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confluent

merging(a) adjective flowing together
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Confluent

• (n.) The place of meeting of steams, currents, etc. • (a.) Running together or uniting, as pimples or pustules. • (a.) Flowing together; meeting in their course; running one into another. • (a.) Characterized by having the pustules, etc., run together or unite, so as to cover the surface; as, confluent smallpox. • (n.) A ...
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confluent

blending or running together.
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confluent

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-flū′ent Definitions: 1. Joining; running together; denoting certain skin lesions that become merged, forming a patch; denoting a disease characterized by lesions that are not discrete, or distinct one from the other. 2. Denoting a bone formed by the blending together of two originally distinct bones. &...
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Confluent

running together or blending of one part into another
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Confluent

Merging or blending of one part to another.
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Confluent

running together
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Confluent

Running together so as to form a single part or organ; blended.
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Confluent

merging together
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confluent

Merging together.
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Confluent

merging together
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Confluent

running together or blending of one part into another
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