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conflate (kuhn-FLAYT) verb tr.
1. To bring together; meld or fuse.
2. To combine (two variant texts, for example) into one whole.
[Latin conflare, conflat- : com-, + flare, to blow.]
"This filmic phenomenon has not escaped Forkbeard Fantasy, who have cunningly conflated such ideas in their stageshow, The Fall of the House of Usherettes." Liese Spencer, The brothers grim, Independent, 9 Feb 1996.
This week's theme: verbs.
Worry is like a rocking chair - it gives you something to do but it doesn't get you anywhere. -Dorothy Galyean