Coalesce in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Coalesce

to join into a single mass

Examples of Coalesce in a sentence

Because of the dwindling participation in both choirs, all the members agreed to coalesce their groups into one large chorus. πŸ”Š

As refugees continue to flood into the community, the congregations from all the churches will coalesce into one welcoming body to make them feel at home. πŸ”Š

Local high school principals have agreed to coalesce around new approaches for college preparation. πŸ”Š

Even though the pilgrims and Native Americans were from such contrasting societies, they managed to coalesce their cultures to hold the First Thanksgiving together in peaceful celebration. πŸ”Š

Olivia stared into the distance and concentrated, hoping that all her random thoughts would somehow coalesce into one brilliant idea. πŸ”Š

When Gisela announced that she was getting married at last, the feuding branches of the family decided to coalesce and plan a grand wedding. πŸ”Š

Even though she has a multiple personality disorder, there are times when all the characteristics coalesce and we get a glimpse of the true Eva. πŸ”Š

When the detective posted all the evidence on the wall, the clues began to coalesce into a clear picture of who had actually committed the murder. πŸ”Š

When Phyllis broke her foot so badly, the whole neighborhood decided to coalesce and create a plan for bringing her meals for a month. πŸ”Š

At first, the artist’s canvas just looked like a mass of random splotches of color, but with a few brushstrokes he made them coalesce into a beautiful landscape right before our eyes. πŸ”Š

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