verb (used with or without object), in·os·cu·lat·ed, in·os·cu·lat·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM inosculatein·os·cu·la·tion, noun
Example sentences from the Web for inosculate
No further objection was urged by the fair polemic, and a mutual inosculation sealed the compact.Fern Vale (Volume 3)|Colin Munro
Since then there has been a perpetual inosculation of the sciences and 189 the arts.Illustrations of Universal Progress|Herbert Spencer
But where shall we find the first atom in this house of man, which is all consent, inosculation, and balance of parts?
Since then there has been a perpetual inosculation of the sciences and the arts.Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects|Herbert Spencer