blackout, ingrown, bandy, charge, digital, active, amalgamate, ambidextrous, alternating current, coalesced, asleep, united, arc, consolidated, bowed, flat-footed, fracture, AC, bow-legged, brownout, arc light
cohered (part of speech: verb)
fastened (part of speech: verb)
hitched, sutured, fastened, braided, sewed, basted, knitted, strapped, tacked, knotted, stitched, tied, linked, laced, sewn spliced, chained, lashed, pasted, zipped, tethered, bracketed, hinged, buckled, plaited, stringed, welded, coupled, cemented, woven, weaved, glued, stayed, clinched
combined (part of speech: verb)
bound (part of speech: adjective)
- That we may be so, then, not only by charity but in actual fact, let us be fused with that Flesh. - "Church and State as Seen in the Formation of Christendom", T. W. Allies.
- Christianity points to that vivid centre of a soul, in whose light all these external distinctions fade, are fused into dross, become comparatively naught. - "Humanity in the City", E. H. Chapin.
- Belle's mind, however, was already fused with Garlock's. - "The Galaxy Primes", Edward Elmer Smith.