Thesaurus / conglomeration
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It therefore frequently endeavors to treat a human being as if he was nothing but a conglomeration of material cells.
WHAT THE CHURCH MEANS TO MEWILFRED T. GRENFELL
But he had his own, if the place was a conglomeration of everything.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD ST. LOUISAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
Why just this kind of conglomeration should achieve such results is interesting.
THE PLACE BEYOND THE WINDSHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
Bradby, despite his dislike of the conglomeration of bones on the grass outside, lingered a second or so longer.
THE LOST VALLEYJ. M. WALSH
Austria had been carried from the Middle Ages into modern times, and was no longer a conglomeration but a nation.
A swearing, groaning mass, a conglomeration of helplessly waving arms and legs, they rolled downward.
THE FIREFLY OF FRANCEMARION POLK ANGELLOTTI
Hence at this hour there is a conglomeration of animal life and a babel of mingled sounds not heard at any other time of day.
Dr. Guthrie was examining the conglomeration of books that loaded the shelves.
Old Doc Hoffman, his astrogation prof, would have turned purple if he'd ever dreamed they'd use such a conglomeration.
SLINGSHOTIRVING W. LANDE
Dick says it's a conglomeration of microbes, but he is always wrong about abstract things unconnected with Sherlock Holmes.
SET IN SILVERCHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON AND ALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON

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