I verb accumulate, amalgamate, arrange itself, assume a pattern, assume definite characteristics, be solid, become a reality, become definite, become delineated, become firm, become settled, become solid, become visible, bring together, cement, coagulate, cohere, combine, come together, compact, compress, condense, conglomerate, consolidate, develop, eventuate, fall into line, fashion, form, form a core, formulate, set, shape up, solidify, take form, take on character, take order, take shape, thicken, unfold, unify II index cement, consolidate (strengthen)

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