Usage examples for agglomeration

  1. They were fully convinced they could whip all creation- that agglomeration being represented hither to by the inferior tribes, which they had reduced and decimated ever since the exodus from Zululand. – The Triumph of Hilary Blachland by Bertram Mitford
  2. We notice a similar quality in what Scott says elsewhere concerning Frere's translation into Chaucerian English of the Battle of Brunanburgh: " This appears to us an exquisite imitation of the antiquated English poetry, not depending on an accumulation of hard words like the language of Rowley, which in everything else is refined and harmonious poetry, nor upon an agglomeration of consonants in the orthography, the resource of later and more contemptible forgers, but upon the style itself, upon its alternate strength and weakness, now nervous and concise, now diffuse and eked out by the feeble aid of expletives." – Sir Walter Scott as a Critic of Literature by Margaret Ball
  3. What the Empire amounted to, therefore, was an agglomeration of provinces, held together by the personal prestige of a young monarch. – The Hispanic Nations of the New World Volume 50 in The Chronicles Of America Series by William R. Shepherd