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That evidence includes tiny chunks of partially charred plants — including charcoal as identified by its microstructure — as well as conglomerations of charcoal and associated minerals embedded within fossilized hunks of Prototaxites fungi.

It looks, in many respects, like a conglomeration R2-D2 from Star Wars, a remote control toy tank, and a hide-a-key rock.

When a bright “pump” laser is shone onto the device, photons from its beam couple with the material to create a conglomeration of quasiparticles known as a Bose-Einstein condensate, a collection of particles that behaves like a single atom.

These groups can grow into ever-larger conglomerations, potentially hundreds of millions strong, that cross continents and destroy crops.

The disorder has become something greater than itself, than its literal meaning, a conglomeration of symptoms rooted in trauma.

It was furnished in a manner that would have delighted a connoisseur, but Elizabeth did not admire the conglomeration.

And these examples prove that bodies are nothing but a conglomeration of molecules.

The conglomeration of personalities effaces the identity alike of the statesman and the artist, the savant and the cyprian.

He sat and gazed in blank dismay at the odd conglomeration on the plate that Frank had passed to him.

The huge conglomeration of sights and sounds made an unforgettable impression upon her.


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On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conglomeration, such as: agglomeration, aggregation, mishmash, aggregate, assortment, and collection.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.