conglomeration

[ kuhn-glom-uh-rey-shuhn, kuhng- ]SEE DEFINITION OF conglomeration
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So in his piano music we find a conglomeration of other men's ideas, other men's figures.

But he had his own, if the place was a conglomeration of everything.

What is any public question but a conglomeration of private interests?

Dr. Guthrie was examining the conglomeration of books that loaded the shelves.

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

He rummaged through the conglomeration of chattels in the bag.

It is in reality a conglomeration of hackneyed moralistic considerations.

If we land in the midst of that conglomeration of ice it will be the end of us.

Word used in the East for a conglomeration of houses enclosed by a wall.

The church is a flint structure,—a conglomeration of many styles.

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