incorporate (adj.)
united in one body, combined in one entity
CE II.ii.131 [Adriana to Antipholus of Syracuse, of herself] That, undividable, incorporate, / Am better than thy dear self's better part
Cor I.i.128 [Menenius to Citizens, as the belly addressing the other body parts] my incorporate friends
H5 V.ii.358 [Queen Isabel to King Henry and Katherine] never may ill office ... / Thrust in between the paction of these kingdoms / To make divorce of their incorporate league
JC I.iii.135 [Cassius to Cinna, of Casca] one incorporate / To our attempts [i.e. in league with us]
MND III.ii.208 [Helena to Hermia] As if our hands, our sides, voices, and minds / Had been incorporate
Oth II.i.254 [Iago to Roderigo] When these mutualities so marshal the way, hard at hand comes ... th'incorporate conclusion
Tit I.i.465 [Tamora to Titus] I am incorporate in Rome
Ven 540 [of Venus and Adonis] Incorporate then they seem; face grows to face

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