symphytic

adjective
sym·phyt·ic | \ (ˈ)sim¦fitik \

Definition of symphytic 

: formed by fusion : being a symphysis

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Other words from symphytic

symphytically \-tə̇k(ə)lē \ adverb

History and Etymology for symphytic

Greek symphytos grown together (from symphyein to make grow together) + English -ic

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