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  • noun Plural form of agglutinant.


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  • In order to rectify distorted parts, we must proceed otherwise on the same principles; but the parts which are separated must be brought together by an underbandage, by agglutinants, and by suspending it

    On The Surgery

  • They are of the opinion that even the languages of highest rank -- the inflectional -- very probably took a starting-point from the asynthetic languages, and a course of development through the agglutinants, and that in like manner the agglutinants have behind them an asynthetic period.

    The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality


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