- the combination of two variant texts into a new one.
- the text resulting from such a combination.
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How to use conflation in a sentence
The problem with this conflation became clear when I looked into the building depicted in the aforementioned Camden TikTok video.
It’s interesting that today, again, we have this conflation between critical race theory, in the same way that the burgeoning Civil Rights movement and communism were being conflated.Florida Guv’s School Crackdown Is a Red Scare Throwback|Kelly Weill|June 24, 2021|The Daily Beast
I suspect that’s a feature, not a bug, for those who benefit from the conflation of women’s empowerment with their own success, regardless of whether that success is predicated on the misery of other women.Pop Culture Is Finally Getting Over the Girlboss Heroine. What Comes Next?|Judy Berman|June 17, 2021|Time
Conflation of the words “intervention” and “invasion” needlessly stymie debate.
Duggar is playing on the old and false conservative conflation of non-heteronormativity with criminal deviancy.
The conflation of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiments is nothing new.Is Twitter Trolling Making the Israel-Palestine Conflict Worse?|Emily Shire|July 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
From a political perspective, the erroneous but strategic conflation of inequality and mobility makes obvious sense.
Opponents saw her as a Trojan Horse for the ousted president, dubbing her Xiomel, a conflation of the couple's nicknames.Honduras Presidential Election Passes Over Chavez Loyalists|Mac Margolis|November 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Academica, as they have come down to us, are a conflation from the two editions of this work.
For a considerable period we find a religion prevalent among the common people, which is simply a conflation of the two religions.The Evolution of Old Testament Religion|W. E. Orchard
It is quite obvious that the story as we have it is a conflation of two versions of the anecdote.The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran|Anonymous
Conflation is the combination of two (or more) different expressions into one.
Of these classes, it is evident that Conflation has nothing to do with Additions or Transpositions.