Origin of colligate
OTHER WORDS FROM colligatecol·li·ga·tion, noun
Words nearby colligate
How to use colligate in a sentence
Do they serve to direct observation, colligate data, and guide experimentation, or are they otiose?Essays in Experimental Logic|John Dewey
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|Leslie Stephen
Granting the validity of the evidence, the hypothesis appears to colligate the facts.
A scientific hypothesis is not required to colligate more than the known facts in each case.
I am still persuaded that both for young ministers and for old ones the colligate plan is very desirable.Congregationalism in the Court Suburb|John Stoughton