Definition of Conglomerations

1. Noun. (plural of conglomeration) ¹



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Definition of Conglomerations

1. conglomeration [n] - See also: conglomeration

Lexicographical Neighbors of Conglomerations

conglobations
conglobe
conglobed
conglobes
conglobing
conglobulate
conglobulation
conglomerate
conglomerated
conglomerates
conglomerateur
conglomerateurs
conglomeratic
conglomerating
conglomeration
conglomerations
conglomerative
conglomerator
conglomerators
conglutin
conglutinant
conglutinate
conglutinated
conglutinates
conglutinating
conglutination
conglutinations
conglutinative
conglutinator
conglutinin

Literary usage of Conglomerations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Vasari on Technique: Being the Introduction to the Three Arts of Design by Giorgio Vasari (1907)
"... and how Cockle shells and Conglomerations of vitrified stone are built into the Stucco. § 31. Grottoes and Fountains of ' Rocaille ' work. ..."

2. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1893)
"I have before made known the properties that this micro-organism has, of forming large conglomerations when it is placed in contact with alcohol or other ..."

3. The Book of the Garden by Charles McIntosh (1853)
"Here conglomerations of the roots of trees, dug from some neighbouring ... Such conglomerations, even considered merely as receptacles for dwarf and ..."

4. Text Book of Homoeopathy by Eduard von Grauvogl (1870)
"Thereby, not only injurious substances may be eliminated, but also the oscillating conglomerations of the blood-corpuscles may be dissolved in the ..."

5. Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum: Or, The Trees and Shrubs of Britain by John Claudius Loudon (1838)
"... obtained pendulous-branched varieties of the common thorn, by grafting shoots from those bundles or conglomerations of slender shoots, resembling bird's ..."

6. The Biology of War by Georg Friedrich Nicolai (1919)
"out of and together with these loose conglomerations higher- grade organisms represented by social communities.1 Now, au organism is superior to a mass of ..."

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