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converge
used in Middlemarch

3 uses
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Definition
to come together; or to be adjacent or similar
  • But any one watching keenly the stealthy convergence of human lots, sees a slow preparation of effects from one life on another, which tells like a calculated irony on the indifference or the frozen stare with which we look at our unintroduced neighbor.
    Book 1 — Miss Brooke (78% in)
  • However, Ladislaw's coaching was forthwith to be put to the test, for before the day of nomination Mr. Brooke was to explain himself to the worthy electors of Middlemarch from the balcony of the White Hart, which looked out advantageously at an angle of the market-place, commanding a large area in front and two converging streets.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (71% in)
  • Everybody looked up at the open windows in the houses at the opposite angles of the converging streets; but they were either blank, or filled by laughing listeners.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (74% in)

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