from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of forming or gathering into a ball or round mass; conglomeration.
- n. That which is formed into a ball.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of forming or gathering into a ball or round mass; the state of being gathered into a ball; conglomeration.
- n. That which is formed into a ball; a ball.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Conglomeration.
Their con - glomeration of ligament and bone prevented blood from circulating well there.
It may be also that the water itself hath some sweetnesse: for the Raine Bow consisteth of a glomeration of small drops which cannot possibly fall but from the Aire that is very low.
Many men fancy that the slight injuries done by each single act of intemperance, are like the glomeration of moonbeams upon moonbeams -- myriads will not amount to
When they got me 'way out inter the mountings, where no huming but an Injin (ef they are humings) uver trod the sile, after wavin', brandisherin ', and gleameratin' thar tommyhocks over my knowledge-box for a long spell, and then thar butcher-knives in the same threatnin 'aspex, they helt a council over my case, and after much glomeration of talk they decided to head me up tight in a bar'l, and let me starve to death.