Con*tes`ser*a"tion (?), n. [L. contesseratio, from contesserare to contract friendship by means of the tesserae (friendship tokens).]

An assemblage; a collection; harmonious union.

[Obs.]

That person of his [George Herbert], which afforded so unusual a contesseration of elegancies. Oley.

 

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