Examples from the Web for concatenation
From there, the concatenation of escalation led to Israel's preemptive attack.
Values, concatenation of, 313-14;simultaneous rise or fall of, 8.The Value of Money|Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
If the world had come to an end in consequence of such a concatenation, I think she would hardly have been surprised.Duffels|Edward Eggleston
The absence of it is mainly due to a concatenation of inabilities on the part of the writers.The English Novel|George Saintsbury
British Dictionary definitions for concatenation
Word Origin and History for concatenation
c.1600, from Late Latin concatenationem (nominative concatenatio) "a linking together," noun of action from past participle stem of concatenare "to link together," from com- "together" (see com-) + catenare, from catena "a chain" (see chain (n.)).