Definition of 'coalesce'
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Then, feeding in from the edges to the centre of her vision, it began to coalesce into one large shimmering ball.GRACE (2003) THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003) THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2 (2003)
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