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concrescive (not comparable)

  1. Growing together, or into union; uniting.
    • 1892, Methodist Review (volume 74, page 16)
      The list agrees not with parallel lists in the Old Testament, and it is inconceivable under what category any concrescive genealogy, official or family, would contain of women only the five named, or would omit names enough, and at the right places, to throw the list from Abraham to Christ into three tables of double-sevens []