conglomerated

[ noun, adjective kuh n-glom-er-it, kuh ng-; verb kuh n-glom-uh-reyt, kuh ng- ]SEE DEFINITION OF conglomerated
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But everything seemed to have fused, gone into a conglomerated mass.

All was conglomerated into one mass, and must go together or fall together.

Within this a main sewer might be excavated, and constructed in like manner of conglomerated gravel and sand from the spot.

A complicated, conglomerated mixture, not easy to dissect at any time, was this new move a manifestation of sex—or type?

For Budge had not talked much, thus far on the journey, and when he had spoken he had not used any of his conglomerated remarks.

The thick masses of conglomerated ice and snow had disappeared.

A vast, black, conglomerated volume of vapor swung against the mountain summits, and curled heavily down over the cliffs.

"I declare to goodness I don't know what dat air contraption am conglomerated with," said the colored man.

The valleys are composed of conglomerated ironstone underneath the soil.

Eschewing diaper, you roll the Act round the royal infant; you roll it up and pin it in the conglomerated wisdom of the nation.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from Latin conglomeratus, past participle of conglomerare "to roll together," from com- "together" (see com-) + glomerare "to gather into a ball," from glomus (genitive glomeris) "a ball," from PIE root *glem-.

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