Merging

verb
Definition of Merging:

bring or come together


Synonyms of Merging:

consolidate, incorporate, join, absorb, unite, fuse, combine, blend, meld, conglomerate, mingle, network, coalesce, assimilate, marry, cement, converge, amalgamate, mix, synthesize, tag, intermix, submerge, compound, centralize, meet, intermingle, pool, immerge, be swallowed up, become lost in, become partners, come aboard, deal one in, hitch on, hook up, interface, join up, line up, melt into, plug into, slap on, tack on, team up, throw in together, tie in


Opposite/Antonyms of Merging:

separate, part, divide, scatter, disconnect, disperse, disjoin


Sentence/Example of Merging:

Vain regrets are merging in tender companionship and mutual sympathy.

You mean it, of course, the other way about—of merging our religion in class warfare.

The seasons had gone on till the late summer was merging into the early autumn.

In this merging he wishes neither of the older selves to be lost.

The cream and white of her complexion was merging into a general yellow.

It seemed to her that all the window frames and doorways were merging.

There is no merging of one thing in another, no confounding of things that differ.

Merge into Him, this is monotheism: lose the sense of merging, this is unity.

The two by this merging become not a double, but a larger one.

A hand plucking the harpstrings, merging their twining chords.