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Definition of "amalgamated" []

  • Combined from two or more entities into one specific entity whilst retaining the defining characteristics of the original source entities. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of amalgamate. (verb)

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Use "amalgamated" in a sentence
  • "Zominthos is a charming place where all the features of Minoan archaeology are amalgamated, which is why we need to be careful as we excavate, not to miss any piece that could be added to the puzzle of the archaeology of the mountains."
  • "What's really at the heart of the issue here, is that publishers are trying to play hardball with EBGamestopcoland (or whatever we're calling the amalgamated game store lately) because they're trying to establish a business model where they can get away with ordering, say, 5 copies of a game per location, and pushing trade-ins to the extent that they are basically running an overpriced rental business."
  • "The music of this colored, or rather "amalgamated" choir, directed by a colored chorister, and accompanied by a colored organist, was in good taste."
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