The disorder has become something greater than itself, than its literal meaning, a conglomeration of symptoms rooted in trauma.
From this conglomeration sprang the noted bean that Bill Brown and Alfred are forming a company to distribute.
So in his piano music we find a conglomeration of other men's ideas, other men's figures.
He was engaged in it because a conglomeration of irresistible forces had driven him into the mle.
But he had his own, if the place was a conglomeration of everything.
Sovereignty over such a conglomeration and in such a place could not be left in the air.
What is any public question but a conglomeration of private interests?
A little under an hour later a conglomeration of emotions was surging through Dawson.
And these examples prove that bodies are nothing but a conglomeration of molecules.
It was furnished in a manner that would have delighted a connoisseur, but Elizabeth did not admire the conglomeration.