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v. inoscu·lated, inoscu·lating, inoscu·lates
1. To unite (blood vessels, nerve fibers, or ducts) by small openings.
2. To make continuous; blend.
1. To open into one another.
2. To unite so as to be continuous; blend.
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inosculate(in-os'ku-lat?) [L. in, in, + osculum, little mouth] Anastomose.
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inosculateTo join by small openings.
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