conglomeration

Part of speech: noun

A conglomerated mass.

Part of speech: noun

The act of conglomerating.

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Usage examples "conglomeration":

  1. It mystified Janice to see how quickly he could find the article wanted in that conglomeration. - "Janice Day", Helen Beecher Long.
  2. No special place for their wraps, no entertainment for their amusement, and then fancy her asking them to sit down to a warmed- up conglomeration of left- overs. - "Principles of Teaching", Adam S. Bennion.
  3. On reaching a suitable eminence, the father and son stood still to look upon the many- chimneyed building, or rather conglomeration of buildings, to which these groves and glades formed a setting. - "The Hand of Ethelberta", Thomas Hardy.