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WORD OF THE DAY
Inosculatein-AHS-kə-laytPart of speech: verbOrigin: Latin, late 17th century
1Join by intertwining or fitting closely together.
 
Examples of Inosculate in a sentence “The two trees had grown so closely together that they were inosculated.” “The toymakers shaped the product so that the pieces would inosculate while stored.”