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 (kō-ăj′ə-nĭt, -nāt′)
Closely joined; grown together; united.

[Late Latin coadūnātus, past participle of coadūnāre, to combine : Latin co-, co- + Latin adūnāre, to unite (ad-, ad- + ūnus, one; see oi-no- in Indo-European roots).]

co·ad′u·na′tion (-nā′shən) n.
co·ad′u·na′tive adj.


the state or condition of being united by growth. — coadunate, adj.
See also: Zoology
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In a human service delivery system, coadunation would entail the joining of two organizations into a single entity, a merger.
Communitas, equality, and coadunation or unity for new members does not develop when individuals feel violated, harassed, or disparate to other members of the group.
And the child was crying again, a stranger in the car, this sporting character, related to someone I didn't know at all, a boy who was sucking all this subliminally in, the violence and the dusty car ride and the swamp like a grand earthly coadunation, all its bugs fraternally singing, sprawling away just out the window.