Definition of Agglomerates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of agglomerate) ¹



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Definition of Agglomerates

1. agglomerate [v] - See also: agglomerate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agglomerates

aggeration
aggerations
aggerose
aggers
aggest
aggested
aggesting
aggests
aggie
aggies
agging
aggiornamento
aggiornamentos
agglomerate
agglomerated
agglomerates (current term)
agglomerating
agglomeration
agglomerations
agglomerative
agglomerator
agglutin
agglutinability
agglutinable
agglutinant
agglutinants
agglutinate
agglutinated
agglutinates
agglutinating

Literary usage of Agglomerates

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1. Observations of a Naturalist in the Pacific Between 1896 and 1899 by Henry Brougham Guppy (1903)
"THE VOLCANIC agglomerates In this place my remarks will be chiefly confined to a ... The agglomerates, which pass by all gradations through the tuff- ..."

2. The Geology of the Coama-Guayama District, Porto Rico by Edwin Thomas Hodge (1920)
"These secondary products are all derived from the feldspar and a former volcanic dust matrix. CONGLOMERATES AND agglomerates ln the Rio ..."

3. The Tertiary Igneous Rocks of Skye by Alfred Harker (1904)
"We have seen that in order of time they immediately follow the principal volcanic agglomerates and tuffs, and that probably with little or no interval, ..."

4. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1878)
"T. McKenny Hughes, FGS The author described a series of slates, agglomerates, and porphyritic rocks which, near Bangor, are seen to pass under the Cambrian ..."

5. The Ancient Volcanoes of Great Britain by Sir Archibald Geikie (1897)
"Volcanic agglomerates, Breccias and Tuffs. THE materials brought by volcanic action from the earth's interior him- certain common characters which ..."

6. The Earth's History: An Introduction to Modern Geology by Robert Davies Roberts (1893)
"Some of the bands consist of coarse massive agglomerates that must have been accumulated not far ..."

7. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"The blocks in agglomerates vary greatly in size. Some arc thirty or forty feet in diameter, and weigh many tons; these are usually pieces of the strata ..."

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