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agglutinate to fuse or unite, as by glue. [1/4 definitions]
aggregate to combine or unite into a mass or whole. [1/6 definitions]
ally to unite or connect in a formal alliance (usu. fol. by "to" or "with"). [1/5 definitions]
amalgamate to combine or unite. [1/4 definitions]
articulate to unite by, or as though by, joints. [1/10 definitions]
associate to unite for a common purpose. [1/10 definitions]
band1 to unite in a group. [2/4 definitions]
between occurring so as to unite or divide. [1/6 definitions]
coalesce to grow together or unite to form a single body or organization; unify; fuse. [1/2 definitions]
combine to unite. [1/6 definitions]
confederate to join or unite in a confederacy. [1/6 definitions]
conjugate in biology, to unite or join. [1/5 definitions]
consort to join in company; unite. [1/5 definitions]
couple to unite or join into a pair (sometimes fol. by "up"). [1/6 definitions]
federate to bring together or unite in a federation or league. [1/2 definitions]
integrate to unite with something else to create a whole. [1/5 definitions]
knit to bring or join into a closely unified whole; unite. [1/9 definitions]
league1 to unite as if in a league (usu. fol. by "together"). [1/4 definitions]
link to join or unite by a link or connection. [1/7 definitions]
Manichaeism a dualistic religious system originating in the third century A.D., which attempts to unite elements from Gnostic Christianity, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, and other sources, and which is considered by the Roman Catholic Church to be heretical.
marry to unite (two people) as a couple in a legal ceremony.. [3/5 definitions]