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accouple

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Life moves on, whether we act as cowards or heroes. Life has no other discipline to impose, if we would but realize it, than to accept life unquestioningly. Everything we shut our eyes to, everything we run away from, everything we deny, denigrate or despise, serves to defeat us in the end. What seems nasty, painful, evil, can become a source of beauty, joy, and strength, if faced with an open mind. Every moment is a golden one for him who has the vision to recognize it as such.
Henry Miller
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English

Etymology

Old French acopler, French accoupler. See couple.

Verb

Infinitive
to accouple

Third person singular
accoupl

Simple past
-

Past participle
-

Present participle
es

to accouple (third-person singular simple present accoupl, present participle es, simple past and past participle -)
  1. (rare) To join; to couple
    The Englishmen accoupled themselves with the Frenchmen. -Hall

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