aggregate[ adjective, noun ag-ri-git, -geyt; verb ag-ri-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aggregate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGGREGATE
Total: Sixteen fish; aggregate weight, one hundred and forty pounds.
I have observed that the aggregate procession was on the whole pleasant to see.
But in the aggregate, also like marriage, there is no doubt of its value.
We thus form an aggregate (of institutions, of groups of men, of events).
The aggregate amount of these notes was fifty thousand livres.
And is our happiness anything but an aggregate of these grains of pleasure?
There were fourteen Caxtons, 'the aggregate produce' of which was £3 14s.
They send to Marquette an aggregate of one thousand tons per week.
Of these last there were instances amounting in the aggregate to a small host.
The aggregate of circumstances outweighed the isolated cause.