Examples of conflation in a Sentence
the word “robustious” is probably a conflation of “robust” and “boisterous”
Recent Examples of conflation from the Web
The Arctic Monkeys’ sixth album is their first since 2013’s A.M., a successful hard-rock and hip-hop conflation that broadly expanded the huge-in-the-U.K. group’s fan base in the U.S.
But nowhere has the conflation of Trumpism and evangelical Christianity been stronger than at Liberty.
One of the more insidious effects of this is the conflation of success and merit.
Black Panther was made more badass (read: revolutionary) for letting the conflation stand.
And so must the rhetorical conflation of Trump and Bannon.
First is the conflation of child molestation and homosexuality, which are not related.
Some on social media were infuriated by Spacey's conflation of the incident and his coming out as gay.
From the beginning there has been a conflation of Dunham and her alter ego, the monstrous, hilarious Hannah Horvath.
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absorption, blending, coalescence, coalition, commingling, commixture, homogenization, immingling, immixture, incorporation, integration, interfusion, intermingling, mergence, merger, merging, mingling;
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