verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of cluster
Examples from the Web for clustering
Its subtitle: Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America is Tearing Us Apart.
In a place like Colorado, the clustering has been reinforced by the immigration of lots of college-educated hipsters to the state.
And the clustering vines and bloom made a complete bower of it.A Little Girl in Old San Francisco|Amanda Minnie Douglas
Over there, along the curve of the sandy bay, are the clustering houses of old Phalerum.The Near East|Robert Hichens
She had men-at-arms around her, but not enough to be of avail against the clustering citizens in those narrow and crooked streets.Historical Tales, Vol. 4 (of 15)|Charles Morris
One o'clock came, and two o'clock, and the pirates were clustering on the highest shoal, waist-deep in water.Tales of the Fish Patrol|Jack London
"I hope so," responded Granny, glancing over the clustering faces.The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe|Amanda Minnie Douglas
British Dictionary definitions for clustering
- a group of bombs dropped in one stick, esp fragmentation and incendiary bombs
- the basic unit of mines used in laying a minefield
- a chemical compound or molecule containing groups of metal atoms joined by metal-to-metal bonds
- the group of linked metal atoms present