lump together


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lump together

verb admix, amalgamate, annex, append, attach, bind, blend, coalesce, cohere, commingle, commix, compound, conglomerate, conglutinate, conjoin, connect, consolidate, couple, entwine, fasten, form a union, fuse, glue, group, interblend, interfuse, interlink, link, meld, merge, mingle, mix, paste, piece tooether, put together indiscriminately, splice, tie, unify, unite
Associated concepts: drawing new congressional lines, gerrymandering, lumping sale
See also: commingle, compile, consolidate, hoard, unite
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TO expect Birmingham Children's Hospital to lump together monies collected by lots of kind people into one big pot is just not on.
There now seems to be a growing tendency in some of our Ontario Catholic school boards to lump together saints like Mother Teresa and St.
No one would ever lump together people in the first 44 years of their life and assume that, for example, the aspirations and interests of a two-year-old could be compared with those of a 42-year-old.
That, at least, is the implication of standard analyses that lump together brain data collected from groups of people as they perform visual tasks.
More troubling than the tendency to lump together all African ethnicities and nationalities, however, is the clear development of negative attitudes on the part of funders--and some African groups themselves--towards African refugee and immigrant mutual assistance associations (MAAs).
Luke's purpose is connected to his overall scheme across his two literary works, which scholars tend to lump together as Luke-Acts.