aggregating

[ adjective, noun ag-ri-git, -geyt; verb ag-ri-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aggregating
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A number of other short roads, aggregating about 350 miles, have since been constructed.

Other lines, aggregating over 400 miles, will soon be opened for traffic.

In 1908 there were 21 public parks, aggregating more than 1335 acres.

Three special trains, aggregating thirty-six cars, were in waiting.

This is particularly the case with the family debts, often aggregating a large sum.

Thus, in 1898 there were six entries, aggregating five hundred dollars.

In this there were employed five German army corps, aggregating nearly 300,000 men.

There were ninety-one German ships, several of them interned men-o'-war, aggregating 629,000 gross tonnage.

The insect, being two-brooded in this climate at least, if not disturbed, has an aggregating force to do mischief the second time.

French and German will certainly be aggregating languages during the greater portion of the coming years.

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