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Word: fusion

Definition: union; coalition; V. fuse


Sentences Containing 'fusion'

The number of units of heat required to melt a unit mass of ice is called the heat of fusion of water.
Have you been slightly dazzled at the sudden fusion of my ingots?
Metals can not only be kept with as little loss as any other commodity, scarce any thing being less perishable than they are, but they can likewise, without any loss, be divided into any number of parts, as by fusion those parts can easily be re-united again; a quality which no other equally durable commodities possess, and which, more than any other quality, renders them fit to be the instruments of commerce and circulation.
Nevertheless, it is conceivable that the general pattern of an organ might become so much obscured as to be finally lost, by the reduction and ultimately by the complete abortion of certain parts, by the fusion of other parts, and by the doubling or multiplication of others, variations which we know to be within the limits of possibility.

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