Examples from the Web for agglutinative
Of these the most important are (a) bacteriolytic or lysogenic action, (b) agglutinative action, and (c) opsonic action.
Agglutinative action is evidence of the presence in a serum of a somewhat similar set of substances, known as “agglutinins.”
In the agglutinative languages, or at any rate in some of them, some of the post-fixed elements have still an independent value.
The main differences shown by these varieties are agglutinative differences.Food Poisoning|Edwin Oakes Jordan
“Fusional” and “symbolic” contrast with “agglutinative,” which is not on a par with “inflective” at all.Language|Edward Sapir
British Dictionary definitions for agglutinative
Word Origin and History for agglutinative
1630s, in a medical sense, from Latin agglutinat-, past participle stem of agglutinare (see agglutination). Philological sense is from 1650s.