verb (used with or without object), in·os·cu·lat·ed, in·os·cu·lat·ing.
Origin of inosculate
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Historical Examples of inosculate
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.