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coalēscō aluī, alitus, ere, inch.

com- + 1 AL-, to grow firmly, strike root, increase, become strong: ilex coaluerat inter saxa, had sprung up, S.: in cortice ramus, O.—Fig., to unite, agree together, coalesce: Troiani et Aborigines facile coaluerunt, S.: cum patribus animi plebis, L.: multitudo coalescere in populi unius corpus poterat, L.: rem coalescere concordiā, be adjusted, L.: concordiā coaluerant omnium animi, L.: pace coalescente, becoming established, L.: coalescens regnum, recovering strength, L.: coalita libertate inreverentia, fostered, Ta.

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