The agglomeration of data, however, is not offering a clear picture to economists and policymakers who yearn for one.
Dutifully obeying the modern principle of agglomeration, it would be called an iPlod.
I think you would like my library if you could see it,—it is one agglomeration of exotics and eccentricities.
Such an agglomeration of cabins was never seen before nor since.
As always, the agglomeration of mercenary companies was difficult to control.
Buddhism displaced by Mahomedanism: agglomeration of different strains.
It is impossible to describe Willie's dress: the agglomeration of ill-supplied necessity and superfluous whim was never exceeded.
I warn you this book is going to be something of an agglomeration.
The fact of agglomeration explains the greater frequency of homicide in France in thickly populated districts.
What can prevent such an agglomeration from falling to pieces?
1774, "action of collecting in a mass," from Latin agglomerationem (nominative agglomeratio), noun of action from past participle stem of agglomerare (see agglomerate). In reference to a mass so formed, it is recorded from 1833.