from The Century Dictionary.
- Aggregated or clustered together: in anatomy, said of the lymphatic glands forming patches in the small intestines (Peyer's patches), as distinguished from the solitary glands or follicles: as, “agminate glands,”
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- adjective (Physiol.) Grouped together.
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- adjective biology Grouped together.
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Latin agmen, agminis, a train, crowd.
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