◄ Combined ►

1. (imp. & p. p.) of Combine.

2. (a.) United closely; confederated; chemically united.

accessory accompanying accordant accumulated agglomerate aggregate agreeing amalgamated amassed ambiguous ambivalent amphibious assembled assimilated associate associated at one with attendant attending blended bunched bundled clumped clustered coacting coactive coadjutant coadjuvant coadunate coefficient coincident collaborative collateral collected collective collectivist collectivistic collusive combinative combinatory combining commensal common communal communalist communalistic communist communistic communitarian complex composite compound compounded concerted concomitant concordant concurrent concurring conglomerate congregate congregated conjoint conjugate conjunctive connective conniving consilient consolidated conspiratorial cooperant cooperating cooperative coordinate corporate correlative coupled coworking cumulate dappled eclectic ecumenic equivocal fascicled fasciculated fellow fifty-fifty fused gathered glomerate half-and-half harmonious harmonized heaped heterogeneous in session incorporated indiscriminate integrated intricate ironic joined joint jumbled knotted leagued lumped many-sided massed medley meeting merged mingled miscellaneous mixed motley multifaceted multinational multiracial mutual noncompetitive one packaged paired parallel parasitic patchy piled pluralistic promiscuous reciprocal saprophytic scrambled simultaneous stacked symbiotic synchronous syncretic syncretistic syncretized synergetic synergic synergistic synthesized thrown together twin uncompetitive united uniting varied wrapped up


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