conglomerate

[ noun, adjective kuh n-glom-er-it, kuh ng-; verb kuh n-glom-uh-reyt, kuh ng- ]SEE DEFINITION OF conglomerate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGLOMERATE

Without the breakers, no pebbles; without the pebbles, no conglomerate.

And into this conglomerate of the races, Ah Chun introduced the Mongolian mixture.

Were just little indistinguishable bits of the conglomerate Tommy.

Pebbles of the conglomerate are mainly quartz and quartzite.

The congregation seemed to him conglomerate, a jumble of conflicting elements.

The conglomerate itself he estimates at twelve hundred feet.

The diocese was thus the unity of the conglomerate Christians.

Sunk as it is in conglomerate rock, this moat is a monument of patient labour.

Many of the other caves are in soft sandstone and conglomerate.

She helps to refine, elevate, and purify our great American conglomerate.

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