- aggregate fruit,
- aggregate glands,
- aggregated lymphatic follicles,
Origin of aggregation
Examples from the Web for aggregation
The Roots now preside from a large, wooden bandstand, the aggregation having grown slightly in size.
Six Degrees of Aggregation Michael Shapiro, Columbia Journalism Review How The Huffington Post ate the internet.The Week’s Best Longreads: The Daily Beast Picks for April 21, 2012|David Sessions|April 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Aggregation lives on the Cheat Sheet, the video player, and in the breaking news slot in the first big box.
But the site seems to be cranking out its own articles and now the aggregation is complementary.
In an aggregation of men such as manned the prairie schooners of thirty odd years ago there were some very peculiar characters.Thirty Years on the Frontier|Robert McReynolds
A few thousand Bulgarian invaders would be a mere drop in the bucket of such an aggregation of men.
The two atoms are joined by others:an aggregation is formed.Eureka:|Edgar A. Poe
In fact, and in the view of the men who composed it, it was an aggregation of families.Ancient Law|Sir Henry James Sumner Maine
No aggregation of criminals has ever threatened the security of the Church, or even disturbed its serenity.A Grammar of Freethought|Chapman Cohen
early 15c., from Middle French agrégation or directly from Medieval Latin aggregationem (nominative aggregatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin aggregare (see aggregate (adj.)).