concinnate [ kon-suh-neyt ]
verb (used with object), con·cin·nat·ed, con·cin·nat·ing.
1. to arrange or blend together skillfully, as parts or elements; put together in a harmonious, precisely appropriate, or elegant manner.
Origin: 1595–1605; < Latin concinnatus, past participle of concinnare to prepare, set in order; cf. concinnous
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