Other definitions for meld (2 of 2)
to announce and display (a counting combination of cards in the hand) for a score.
the act of melding.
any combination of cards to be melded.
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How to use meld in a sentence
This was a company that had already melded in its first year.OITNB’s New Villain Vee, Played By Lorraine Toussaint, Speaks for the First Time | Kevin Fallon | June 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They melded into hundreds of thousands—at least half a million—women who went east.
But the slower you cook, the more delicious and tender the meat will be, and the better-melded the flavors.
The first lady thrilled the convention with a speech that melded politics and the personal.
For better or worse, New York in the '70s melded world music and radical culture to mass-market sales.Must-Read Books by Will Hermes, Lydia Millet, and Stuart Nadler | Nicholas Mancusi, Drew Toal, John Reed | November 28, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
It might be a good idea, then,—go ahead and tell us about them in a melded form.Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15) | The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Rara clutched her box of trinkets and scurried to the corner, then melded with the herding crowd for two blocks into the slums.Captives of the Flame | Samuel R. Delany
British Dictionary definitions for meld (1 of 2)
(in some card games) to declare or lay down (cards), which then score points
the act of melding
a set of cards for melding
British Dictionary definitions for meld (2 of 2)
to blend or become blended; combine
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