Each model is an amalgamation of many different women; eyes from one, lips from another.
These were sort of sober witnesses to the madness, so it was an amalgamation of thoughts of different women from the time.
The Gore Vidal character is an amalgamation of Gore Vidal and Edmund White.
Really, now, you do not mean to say that there is a danger of—of amalgamation, do you?
This is reflected in the terms of amalgamation with the Great Western Company.
You are a chemist, and should know more of the amalgamation of colours.
What was the result of the amalgamation will form the subject of the next chapter.
Two causes led to the amalgamation of Christianity with Paganism.
He began by the amalgamation of some tea plantations in Assam.
In West Prussia the extermination or amalgamation of the native Lithuanians was earlier.