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[in-os-kyuh-leyt] /ɪnˈɒs kyəˌleɪt/

verb (used with or without object), inosculated, inosculating.
to unite by openings, as arteries in anastomosis.
to connect or join so as to become or make continuous, as fibers; blend.
to unite intimately.
(physiol) (of small blood vessels) to communicate by anastomosis
to unite or be united so as to be continuous; blend
to intertwine or cause to intertwine

inosculate in·os·cu·late (ĭn-ŏs’kyə-lāt’)
v. in·os·cu·lat·ed, in·os·cu·lat·ing, in·os·cu·lates


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