agglutinations love

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  • noun Plural form of agglutination.

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  • Nature abhors these complaisances which threaten to melt the world into a lump, and hastens to break up such maudlin agglutinations.

    Representative Men

  • Nature abhors such complaisances, which threaten to melt the world into a lump, and hastens to break up such maudlin agglutinations. '

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

  • Nature abhors these complaisances, which threaten to melt the world into a lump, and hastens to break up such maudlin agglutinations.

    Uses of Great Men

  • There would be, for instance, no less than eight or nine of those great slowly moving words, like 'incommunicable' or 'importunate' written down, not so much to express an inevitable idea as to fill an inevitable space; and thus the poems seem to lose their pungency by the slow absorption of painfully sought agglutinations of syllables, with a stately music of their own, of course, but garnered rather than engendered.

    Joyous Gard

  • Pilots believe that the sea diminishes in these latitudes, because they see the chain of rocks augment and rise, either by the earth which the waves heave up, or by successive agglutinations.

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • * These agglutinations remind us of the employment in the Sanscrit of the auxiliary verbs as and bhu (asti and bhavati*); the Latin, of es and fu, or fus; * the Biscayan, of izan, ucan, and eguin.

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • Nature abhors these complaisances, which threaten to melt the world into a lump, and hastens to break up such maudlin agglutinations.

    Representative Man (1850)

  • Nature abhors these complaisances, which threaten to melt the world into a lump, and hastens to break up such maudlin agglutinations.

    Representative Men

  • Pilots believe that the sea diminishes in these latitudes, because they see the chain of rocks augment and rise, either by the earth which the waves heave up, or by successive agglutinations.

    Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 3

  • Spells of Germanic chauvinism have left us with unseemly agglutinations like boldriehoeksmeting ` ball three-corner measuring, 'i.e. spherical trigonometry, and uncritical calquing made us adopt a few misnomers holus-bolus: buik-spreker

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol X No 2

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