- to bind or fasten together.
- Logic. to link (facts) together by a general description or by a hypothesis that applies to them all.
Origin of colligate
Related Words for colligatecull, amass, organize, edit, glean, gather, collect, compose, assemble, arrange, consolidate, group, muster, abridge, unite, recapitulate, concentrate, collate, congregate, garner
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Historical Examples of colligate
That one cause would explain, and does colligate, all the facts.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1
I am still persuaded that both for young ministers and for old ones the colligate plan is very desirable.
Perhaps there is something amiss in the working of our system in relation to colligate ministries.
A scientific hypothesis is not required to colligate more than the known facts in each case.Magic and Religion
We can observe and colligate the facts of emotion and volition, as we can observe the position of the stars and the laws of heat.Social Rights And Duties
- to connect or link together; tie; join
- to relate (isolated facts, observations, etc) by a general hypothesis