verb (used with or without object), ag·glu·ti·nat·ed, ag·glu·ti·nat·ing.
Origin of agglutinate
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Historical Examples of agglutinate
At any rate, the agglutinate character of the language is indicated.Opuscula
Robert Gordon Latham
The mixture is then gently heated to drive off the excess of sulphuretted hydrogen and to agglutinate the sulphur.
Concentrated sulphuric acid causes it to agglutinate into resin-like lumps, with the accession of an intense blood-red colour.
To the agglutinate languages belong the American and Turanian families.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 3
Hubert Howe Bancroft
This serves to agglutinate it into the form of concretions, constituting the tapioca of commerce.The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom
P. L. Simmonds
adjective (əˈɡluːtɪnɪt, -ˌneɪt)
Word Origin for agglutinate
1580s (from 1540s as a past participle adjective), from Latin agglutinatus, past participle of agglutinare (see agglutination). Related: Agglutinated; agglutinating.