- present participle of
2014, Rob Dinnis; Chris Stringer, Britain: One million years of human history, London: Natural History Museum, ISBN 978 0 565 09337 2, page 31:
- Happisburgh's humans discarded their stone tools close to one of several anastomosing, slow-flowing low-energy rivers, all of which meandered across a floodplain into a large estuary.
anastomosing (not comparable)
- (mycology) Fused together in a vein-like network; used to describe mushroom gills that are interconnected with veins.
- (geology) Networked into irregularly branching and reconnecting veins of ore.