To form or cause to form a group or cluster.(verb-transitive)
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Use "constellate" in a sentence
"A Jungian would say annoyingly that they "constellate" each other, that is, whenever one shows up it invokes the other."
"We can account for optimal states for acting, interior and exterior domains of both the leaders and those we lead, lines of development and personality types that constellate our organizations, to name a few key areas."
"Such ideas constellate the image of a mind whose cognitive power the age at once esteemed and feared, especially at a time when the increasingly rapid dissemination of thought and thoughts in the public sphere was becoming an activity of some socio-political concern."