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Symphys′ia, a malformation produced by the union of parts properly separate; Sym′phytism, a coalescence of word-elements.
The waters of the Sym, whose windings they followed, gurgled over their stones almost as quietly as in summer.The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight|Elizabeth von Arnim
Whereupon the valiant better half of him who was being beaten to death called out cheerily, "Don't let him scare you, Sym!"The Boss of Little Arcady|Harry Leon Wilson
Sym and Barron were citizen burgesses of Edinburgh, and zealous friends of the Reformer.The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)|John Knox
Dame Sym did not hear; she had turned away to serve a child who came in for some toffee.Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series|Mrs. Henry Wood