OTHER WORDS FROM inosculatein·os·cu·la·tion, noun
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These schools inosculate in respect of some of their arguments, and of their objections against ordinary modes of thought.The Philosophy of Natural Theology|William Jackson
When the lamin, at least on one side, appear to inosculate or to be imbedded in each other.
The line of separation of any two parts of a crust which are connected only by membrane or ligament, but do not inosculate.
When head, trunk, and abdomen are not separated by a deep incisure, but inosculate in each other.