Synonyms for combine:
fruitful, linkup, conjoin, Terraced, fold in, fertility, fertile, vertical integration, amalgamation, hang together, scarecrow, concentrate, organize, root crop, crop circle, interpenetrate, consolidate, plowshare, haystack, go in with, conjugate, rick, milking machine, new-mown, growing season, cultivated, paddy, maize, joint venture, gather in, arable, limited partner, duopoly, sleeping partner, buy out, Terracing, straw, Demerge, sheaf, uncultivated, stubble, the green revolution, haymaking, scramble, contract out, stir in, faction, hayrick, monoculture, market garden, crop rotation, spray, pull together, cultivator, cultivation, unproductive, cash crop, shade into, fallow, trading partner, plantation, harvester, mix up, truck farm, BROS, granary, demerger, rice paddy, farm out, interweave, combine harvester, merger, stir into, vineyard, silent partner, tractor, emulsify.
cream, reap, irrigate, friendly, add, plow up, associate, interlace, till, make up, glean, vested interest, failure, tie up, fail, conspire, cultivate, ticket, tie in with, work in, swallow up, go together, plow, stable, rotation, furrow, fasten, jumble, partner, infertile, jibe, gobble up, prepare.
tie in with.
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connect, integrate (verb)
synthesize, commingle, cooperate, compound, merge, associate, link, bind, league, join, amalgamate, couple, incorporate, coalesce, unite, pool, mingle, unify, relate, marry, conjoin, fuse, mix, wed, blend.
Usage examples for combine:
- As these likewise were in opposition to their Queen, it was objected that one sovereign ought not to combine with the subjects of another. - "A History of England Principally in the Seventeenth Century, Volume I (of 6)", Leopold von Ranke.
- Patricia's idea of a " treat" was a variety of all sorts, but never a thought had she as to whether the articles that she chose would combine well. - "Dorothy Dainty at Glenmore", Amy Brooks.
- Peggy is surprised to find how difficult it is to combine dinner- getting with baby- tending. - "The Children's Book of Christmas Stories", Various.