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giving, abating, absolution, absolve, acquittal, authorise, authorize, avoid, bear, behave.
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Correct spelling:
combined
Definition:
of Combine

Synonyms:

adjective
added
over and above, over-and-above.
all
combined.
collected
collective.
combined
alloyed, amalgamated, assembled, blended, composite, compound, incorporated, miscellaneous, mixed, Brewed, Infused, Concocted, Conglomerated, conjoint.
composed
constituted, embodied, fabricated, formed, included, invented, Embraced, Compiled, Constructed, composed.
concerted
agreed upon, prearranged.
concurrent
coincident, concert, concurrent, cooperative, synchronous, synergistic, co-active, united.
confederate
in alliance, federal, unionized, syndicated.
contained
included.
included
enclosed, Inserted, Numbered, subsumed, part of.
joined
integrated, joined, wedded, interallied, Confederated, stuck together, interfused, interclasped, inter-twined.
linked
connected, joined, mixed, united, Mingled.
mixed
emulsion, hybrid, merged, mongrel, stewed, Mashed, Mingled, Melded, alloyed, amalgamated, blended, composite, compound, miscellaneous, mixed, Brewed, Infused, Concocted, Conglomerated, bastard.
unanimous
concordant, consensual, consentient, of one mind, unquestioned, in complete accord.
unified
joined up, tied in.
united
unanimous, unified.
adverb
together
with the beat, with one accord.
adverb
together
all together, contemporaneously, concertedly, as one, in a body, in cooperation, in sync, with one voice, in one breath, at one fell swoop, on the beat, with voice.
noun
combined
composed, compounded, concerted, condensed, conglomerate, conjunct, conjunctive, cooperative, hyphenated, occluded, one, rolled into one, sorbed, united.
linked
connected, joined.
verb
co-acted
synchronized, united, Coincided, Concurred, Cooperated, co-acted.
combined
composed, compounded, fused.
composed
composed, constituted, embodied, fabricated, formed, included, invented, Embraced, Compiled, Constructed.
mixed
Decocted, intermixed.
unified
undivided.
Examples of usage:
  1. The force of these motives, especially when combined, is great. – Socialism by John Stuart Mill
  2. But their combined ages scarcely reached forty- two. – The Disturbing Charm by Berta Ruck
  3. Since the spatial world which we come to know consists in a multiplicity of related elements, it is clear that the isolated data of sensation have somehow to be combined and unified, if we are to have this world before us or, in other words, to know it. – Kant's Theory of Knowledge by Harold Arthur Prichard
  4. This increase in furnace efficiency is ordinarily at a greater rate as the capacity increases than is the decrease in boiler efficiency, with the result that the combined efficiency of boiler and furnace will to a certain point increase with an increase in capacity. – Steam, Its Generation and Use by Babcock & Wilcox Co.
  5. Indeed, the combined strength of the three men did not do more than rock it. – The Black Star Passes by John W Campbell

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