Definition of Consolidated:

  1. Make (something) physically stronger or more solid.

  2. Small and/or different sized individual items combined into one large unit.

  3. Combine (a number of things) into a single more effective or coherent whole.

Synonyms of Consolidated

Amalgamated, Assimilated, Blended, Clamped, Close, Close-knit, Close-textured, Close-woven, Combinative, Combinatory, Combined, Compact, Compacted, Compressed, Concentrated, Concrete, Condensed, Congested, Conjoint, Conjugate, Conjunctive, Connective, Constricted, Contracted, Crammed, Crammed full, Cramped, Crowded, Dense, Eclectic, Firm, Fused, Gluey, Hard, Heavy, Impenetrable, Impermeable, Incorporated, Integrated, Jam-packed, Jammed, Joined, ■■■■■, Knitted, Massive, Merged, Mixed, Nipped, Nonporous, One, Packed, Pinched, Pinched-in, Puckered, Pursed, Serried, Solid, Solidified, Squeezed, Strangled, Strangulated, Substantial, Syncretistic, Syncretized, Synthesized, Thick, Thick-growing, Thickset, United, Viscid, Viscose, Viscous, Wasp-waisted, Wrinkled, Combine, Unite, Merge, Integrate, Amalgamate, Fuse, Blend, Mingle, Marry, Synthesize, Bring together

How to use Consolidated in a sentence?

  1. In therapy, the boy and his brother consolidated and became a loving and supportive team that put each other first.
  2. All manufacturing activities have been consolidated in new premises.
  3. If we consolidated our load of work together, we can get the job done more efficiently and take on get more done during the day.
  4. The rental costs were out of control, so instead of having 20 different stores in LA, the company consolidated all of them into one megastore.
  5. The first phase of the project is to consolidate the outside walls.

Meaning of Consolidated & Consolidated Definition