cumulation definition

  • noun:
    • Accumulation.
    • The work of heaping together; a heap. See accumulation.
    • The work of heaping together or mounting up; accumulation.
    • That which is cumulated or heaped together; a heap.
    • In civil law, and thence in Scots and Louisiana legislation, combination of causes of action or defenses in a single proceeding; joinder, in order that all must certanly be tried together.
    • an accumulation of objects laid in addition to one another
    • Accumulation.
    • The work of heaping collectively; a heap. See accumulation.
    • The act of heaping collectively or turning up; buildup.
    • what is cumulated or heaped together; a heap.
    • In civil-law, and thence in Scots and Louisiana legislation, mix of causes of action or defenses in a single proceeding; joinder, to ensure all needs to be tried collectively.
    • an accumulation of things set over both

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