Thesaurus / massing

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A tall grower, branching freely, therefore well adapted to back rows, or massing.

Amateur GardencraftEben E. Rexford

The darkness of the photograph is due to the massing of the pigment particles.

He was ordered in September to move to Podolia, on the frontiers of which the Russians were massing.

KosciuszkoMonica Mary Gardner

A week ago all the guns that had been massing let loose their fire.

News arrived that troops were marching towards, and massing on, the border; rumours spread that annexation was inevitable.

The Transvaal from WithinJ. P. Fitzpatrick

The other Barbarians rushed up to help them, massing themselves into a compact crowd.

SalammboGustave Flaubert

The next chapter will deal with massing letters together to form words and sentences.

Something may be done in the way of massing colors with annuals to produce good effects.

A Breeze from the Woods, 2nd Ed.William Chauncey Bartlett

He was aware, too, that a despairing multitude were massing on the decks above him.

Sonnie-Boy's PeopleJames B. Connolly

In graphite we find a great tendency toward agglomeration or massing of particles.

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