es·em·plas·tic adjective \ˌe-ˌsem-ˈplas-tik, -səm-\
: shaping or having the power to shape disparate things into a unified whole <the esemplastic power of the poetic imagination — W. H. Gardner>
Origin of ESEMPLASTIC
Greek es hen
into one + English plastic
First Known Use: 1817
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