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Definition of "agglomerating" [agglomerating]

  • Present participle of agglomerate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "agglomerating" in a sentence
  • "They choked the two-man cells, agglomerating around every available television screen, and the collective noise of two dozen sets tuned to the same channel echoed throughout the concrete and tile cellblock lending every line a creepy übervox quality."
  • "UF4 is a solid composed of agglomerating particles with a texture similar to baking soda."
  • "Then, agglomerating his superbly refined vocabulary with its voraciously aggressive undertones, reminiscent more of an angry third-grade bully on the playground than the president of the United States, Bush warned Iran, and the United States, that he "intends to do something about it.""
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