glomerate definition

  • adjective:
    • Formed into a tight rounded mass; tightly clustered; conglomerate.
    • Gathered collectively in a roundish size or dense cluster; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a compact rounded size; tightly clustered; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a compact rounded size; firmly clustered; conglomerate.
    • Gathered together in a roundish mass or heavy group; conglomerate.
    • Gathered together in a roundish size or dense cluster; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a compact rounded mass; securely clustered; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a concise rounded size; firmly clustered; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a concise curved mass; securely clustered; conglomerate.
    • collected collectively in a roundish mass or dense group; conglomerate.
    • collected collectively in a roundish mass or dense group; conglomerate.
    • Gathered collectively in a roundish mass or dense cluster; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a tight rounded mass; tightly clustered; conglomerate.
    • collected collectively in a roundish size or heavy cluster; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a concise curved mass; tightly clustered; conglomerate.
    • Gathered together in a roundish size or heavy group; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a concise curved mass; securely clustered; conglomerate.
    • Gathered collectively in a roundish mass or dense cluster; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a compact curved size; tightly clustered; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a concise rounded size; tightly clustered; conglomerate.
    • collected together in a roundish mass or heavy group; conglomerate.
    • collected collectively in a roundish size or heavy cluster; conglomerate.
    • Formed into a compact curved size; firmly clustered; conglomerate.
    • collected collectively in a roundish mass or heavy cluster; conglomerate.
  • verb:
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; to collect (threads, etc.) into a spherical kind or mass.
    • To gather or wind into a ball; to collect into a spherical kind or size, as threads.
    • to collect or wind into a ball; to get (threads, etc.) into a spherical type or size.
    • to assemble or wind into a ball; to get (threads, etc.) into a spherical kind or mass.
    • To gather or breeze into a ball; to collect into a spherical form or mass, as threads.
    • to assemble or breeze into a ball; to get into a spherical form or size, as threads.
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; to gather (threads, etc.) into a spherical type or size.
    • to collect or wind into a ball; to collect (threads, etc.) into a spherical form or mass.
    • to assemble or breeze into a ball; to collect (threads, etc.) into a spherical form or size.
    • To gather or breeze into a ball; to collect into a spherical kind or size, as threads.
    • to assemble or wind into a ball; to collect into a spherical type or mass, as threads.
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; to gather into a spherical type or mass, as threads.
    • to assemble or breeze into a ball; to get (threads, etc.) into a spherical type or size.
    • to assemble or wind into a ball; to collect into a spherical form or size, as threads.
    • to assemble or breeze into a ball; to get (threads, etc.) into a spherical type or mass.
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; to gather into a spherical kind or size, as threads.
    • to assemble or breeze into a ball; to get (threads, etc.) into a spherical kind or size.
    • To gather or breeze into a ball; to gather into a spherical kind or size, as threads.
    • To gather or wind into a ball; to gather (threads, etc.) into a spherical kind or mass.
    • to collect or wind into a ball; to gather (threads, etc.) into a spherical type or mass.
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; to gather into a spherical kind or mass, as threads.
    • To gather or breeze into a ball; to gather into a spherical form or size, as threads.
    • To gather or wind into a ball; to collect (threads, etc.) into a spherical type or mass.
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; to collect into a spherical type or mass, as threads.
  • others:
    • to collect or wind into a ball; gather into a spherical type or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To wind; twist.
    • In anatomy, conglomerate: an epithet particularly applied to the dwelling of ordinary glands, including the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: against conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; gathered into a head or heap; growing in massive types or in heavy clusters.
    • In entomology, collected in one single or more places or lines: put on dots, punctures, etc.
    • to collect or wind into a ball; collect into a spherical kind or size, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To gather or wind into a ball; harvest into a spherical kind or size, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To wind; twist.
    • To wind; perspective.
    • In anatomy, conglomerate: an epithet specifically put on the structure of ordinary glands, including the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: in opposition to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In physiology, conglomerate: an epithet specifically applied to the dwelling of ordinary glands, for instance the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: opposed to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; collected into a head or heap; growing in massive forms or perhaps in dense clusters.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; collected into a head or heap; growing in huge forms or perhaps in thick groups.
    • In entomology, gathered in one single or maybe more spots or outlines: placed on dots, punctures, etc.
    • In entomology, collected in one single or even more places or outlines: placed on dots, punctures, etc.
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; gather into a spherical type or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To gather or wind into a ball; accumulate into a spherical type or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To wind; twist.
    • To breeze; angle.
    • In physiology, conglomerate: an epithet particularly placed on the dwelling of ordinary glands, including the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: against conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In anatomy, conglomerate: an epithet especially placed on the dwelling of ordinary glands, for instance the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: in opposition to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; gathered into a head or heap; growing in massive kinds or perhaps in heavy groups.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; collected into a head or heap; growing in massive kinds or perhaps in heavy clusters.
    • In entomology, gathered in one or even more places or lines: placed on dots, punctures, etc.
    • In entomology, gathered in one or even more places or lines: put on dots, punctures, etc.
    • to assemble or wind into a ball; accumulate into a spherical kind or size, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To breeze; perspective.
    • In anatomy, conglomerate: an epithet particularly placed on the structure of ordinary glands, such as the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: in opposition to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; gathered into a head or heap; developing in huge forms or perhaps in dense clusters.
    • to collect or breeze into a ball; compile into a spherical type or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To breeze; perspective.
    • In structure, conglomerate: an epithet particularly put on the dwelling of ordinary glands, for instance the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: opposed to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; collected into a head or heap; growing in massive forms or in thick groups.
    • In entomology, gathered within one or higher spots or lines: applied to dots, punctures, etc.
    • In entomology, collected within one or maybe more spots or lines: placed on dots, punctures, etc.
    • to assemble or wind into a ball; accumulate into a spherical form or size, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To breeze; perspective.
    • In physiology, conglomerate: an epithet especially applied to the dwelling of ordinary glands, such as the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: opposed to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; gathered into a head or heap; growing in massive types or perhaps in dense clusters.
    • In entomology, collected within one or even more places or lines: applied to dots, punctures, etc.
    • to assemble or breeze into a ball; gather into a spherical type or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To wind; angle.
    • In structure, conglomerate: an epithet especially put on the dwelling of ordinary glands, such as the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: in opposition to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; gathered into a head or heap; growing in massive forms or in heavy clusters.
    • In entomology, collected in one single or maybe more spots or outlines: put on dots, punctures, etc.
    • To gather or wind into a ball; harvest into a spherical kind or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To gather or wind into a ball; compile into a spherical form or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • To breeze; angle.
    • To breeze; perspective.
    • In structure, conglomerate: an epithet especially put on the structure of ordinary glands, including the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: in opposition to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • to assemble or breeze into a ball; accumulate into a spherical form or mass, as threads; conglomerate.
    • In physiology, conglomerate: an epithet especially put on the dwelling of ordinary glands, like the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: opposed to conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; collected into a head or heap; developing in massive forms or in dense groups.
    • To wind; perspective.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; collected into a head or heap; developing in huge types or perhaps in dense groups.
    • In anatomy, conglomerate: an epithet especially applied to the structure of ordinary glands, including the salivary, lacrymal, mammary, or pancreatic: against conglobate. See gland, 1.
    • In entomology, collected within one or higher places or lines: placed on dots, punctures, etc.
    • In botany, compactly clustered; gathered into a head or heap; growing in huge types or perhaps in dense groups.
    • In entomology, collected in a single or more spots or lines: placed on dots, punctures, etc.
    • In entomology, gathered within one or even more spots or lines: put on dots, punctures, etc.

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