agglomeration

[ uh-glom-uh-rey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF agglomeration

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They are all volcanic, and indeed some are nothing but an agglomeration of defunct craters.

In this agglomeration of apartments the stairs found a place where they could.

Such an agglomeration of holdings has been shown to be very frequent.

Such an agglomeration of cabins was never seen before nor since.

Buddhism displaced by Mahomedanism: agglomeration of different strains.

Strictly speaking, it is not a city, but an agglomeration of industrialism.

I warn you this book is going to be something of an agglomeration.

An agglomeration of bipeds who subsist on one another's shanks.

This agglomeration of territories had for a long time had no legitimate master.

Other conversations that I had were an agglomeration, so that I cannot remember where and with whom they were held.

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