Thesaurus / agglomeration

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Strictly speaking, it is not a city, but an agglomeration of industrialism.
What we call the American people is but an agglomeration of emigrants from various regions and races.
As always, the agglomeration of mercenary companies was difficult to control.
CHARLES THE BOLDRUTH PUTNAM
Language, thus, does not develop by sprouting and growing, but by agglomeration and agglutination.
Canton with its agglomeration of a primitive existence, is surely distinct and different from any other city.
EAST OF SUEZFREDERIC COURTLAND PENFIELD
The latter is, after all, but an agglomeration of loose material bound by the force of gravitation into coherent form.
It is the agglomeration of its gods, the republic of them, that really constitutes its Divinity.
TRAGIC SENSE OF LIFEMIGUEL DE UNAMUNO
In fiscal matters, as for many other purposes, the Chinese empire is an agglomeration of a number of quasi-independent units.
He describes the "thunderstone" as an "agglomeration of brick, soot, unburned coal, and cinder."
The agglomeration of persons in a large town is a certain incentive to crimes against property.
CRIMINAL MANGINA LOMBROSO-FERRERO

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