1. clustered together but not coherent
    an agglomerated flower head
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How To Use agglomerated In A Sentence

  • More important, the fact that these researchers, with this kind of code, agglomerated so much grant money and garnered so many “peer-reviewed” publications demonstrates that the process of peer-review as to climate change cannot be trusted. The Volokh Conspiracy » More Monbiot on CRU E-mail Leak
  • In 2002, cotton fabrics accounted for 21.41 per cent of Bulgaria's imports from Portugal, agglomerated cork at 11.32 per cent, and synthetic fibres at 9.86 per cent.
  • This is in great part what the movement is about, of course, but there is in reality far too diverse a spectrum of proponents working alongside these men and women for everyone to be agglomerated into one demographic. Kevin Armento: Genderless Marriage: Redefining the Debate
  • A society proud of its accomplishments, its agglomerated cultures -- Chinese, Indian, Malay -- continue to value family as the supreme societal unit. Singapore's Demographic Winter
  • The region had excellent potential for further agglomerated growth.
  • an agglomerated flower head
  • The narrowing of the political parties to two could be viewed as limiting the national leadership contest to at most two agglomerated ethnic groups, although they both reach across group divides.
  • The agglomerated - mode is a result of the market influence and have good development prospect.
  • In the process, it has become perhaps the most complete chronicle of our strange national anxieties ever agglomerated. The Listener
  • The Sun agglomerated from a huge cloud of gas and dust, which was largely the debris left from previous expired stars and supernova explosions.
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