The wire snapped at the wall plug and the light fused.
His music fused the rhythms of jazz with classical forms.
Rainwater had fused the bulbs.
The wax from the two candles fused as they burned.
The bottom of the candle is fused with its holder.
A photographer had fused the lights, engulfing the entire house darkness.
The end of the wire had become accidentally fused with the switch.
The wire snapped at the wall plug with a blue flash and the light fused.
His music of that period fused the rhythms of Jazz with classical forms.
The aircraft came down in flames, and the heat fused most of the parts together into a solid mass.
The fused particles cling together.
A professional photographer had fused the lights, engulfing the entire house in darkness.
Below the lithosphere is the rheosphere comprising partly fused peridotite.
The lights have fused; the whole place if in darkness.
It consists of two thin strips of dissimilar metals fused together.
1. joined together into a whole;
"the amalgamated colleges constituted a university"
"a consolidated school"