catenation

[kat-n-ey-shuh n]
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Origin of catenation

1635–45; < Latin catēnātiōn-, stem of catēnātiō; see catenate, -ion
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Historical Examples of catenation

  • It implies a regular co-ordination of ideas, a catenation of reflections, in which circumstances are linked with each other.

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