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Definition of "agglomerative" [ag•glom•er•a•tive]

  • Having a tendency to agglomerate (adjective)

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Use "agglomerative" in a sentence
  • "America has seen many great agglomerative clusters in its history that have helped fuel the American dream."
  • "According to a different sort of theory, the agglomerative theory, goodness simpliciter is just what you get by"
  • "Thirdly, he sins from time to time by being obscure, fragmentary, and agglomerative -- giving long strings of successive and detached items, not, however, devoid of a certain primitive effectiveness."