Definition of Glomerate. Meaning of Glomerate. Synonyms of Glomerate

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Definition of Glomerate

Glomerate
Glomerate Glom"er*ate, a. [L. glomeratus, p. p. of glomerare to glomerate, from glomus. See 3d Glome.] Gathered together in a roundish mass or dense cluster; conglomerate.
Glomerate
Glomerate Glom"er*ate, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Glomerated; p. pr. & vb. n. Glomerating.] To gather or wind into a ball; to collect into a spherical form or mass, as threads.

Meaning of Glomerate from wikipedia

- Plastiglomerate is a term that was proposed by Patricia Corcoran, Charles J. Moore and Kelly Jazvac for a stone that contains mixtures of sedimentary grains...
- Carex aggregata is a species of sedge that was first described by Kenneth Mackenzie in 1910. It is native to the eastern United States and Canada. "Carex...
- T. multiceps in 1913, T. glomerate in 1919, T. serialis in 1933, and T. brauni in 1956. The eggs of T.multiceps, T. glomerate, T. serialis, and T. brauni...
- †globulus globul- glomus glomer- agglomerate, agglomeration, agglomerative, glomerate, glomerular, glomerulation, glomerulus, juxtaglomerular †glomerulus glomerul-...
- understanding speech. During his autopsy, two coenuri were found in his brain. T. glomerate: In 1919, the first diagnosis was made in Nigeria. It is thought to be...
- glomerata, (from Latin v. glomerare, to form into ball, glomerate), formed into a ball, glomerated.), formerly known as Actinomadura glomerata A. herbida...
- also found to be causing mortalities in Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerate) in Australia (Perkins & Wolf, 1976). There has been some success in breeding...
- adelostoma — cir****polar sedge Carex adustacrowded sedge Carex aggregataglomerate sedge Carex alatabroadwing sedge Carex albicans — bellow-beaked sedge...
- 14 million years ago, ceasing after this time. The area contains fan-glomerates as a result of fluctuating climatic conditions involving periods of high...