Concentrated sulphuric acid causes it to agglutinate into resin-like lumps, with the accession of an intense blood-red colour.
At any rate, the agglutinate character of the language is indicated.
To the agglutinate languages belong the American and Turanian families.
The mixture is then gently heated to drive off the excess of sulphuretted hydrogen and to agglutinate the sulphur.
One or two instances may suffice to show the agglutinate character of the language.
This serves to agglutinate it into the form of concretions, constituting the tapioca of commerce.
agglutinate languages, languages composed of parts which are words glued together, so to speak, as cowherd.
Undiluted normal blood can agglutinate most bacteria, but loses this power when diluted to any considerable degree.
agglutinate ag·glu·ti·nate (ə-glōōt'n-āt')
v. ag·glu·ti·nat·ed, ag·glu·ti·nat·ing, ag·glu·ti·nates
To clump together; undergo agglutination.
To cause substances, such as bacteria, to clump together.