conglobation

conglobate

[kon-gloh-beyt, kong-, kong-gloh-beyt]
adjective
1.
formed into a ball.
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), conglobated, conglobating.
2.
to collect or form into a ball or rounded mass.

Origin:
1625–35; < Latin conglobātus, past participle of conglobāre. See conglobe, -ate1

conglobately, adverb
conglobation, noun
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conglobate (ˈkɒŋɡləʊˌbeɪt)
 
vb
1.  to form into a globe or ball
 
adj
2.  a rare word for globular
 
[C17: from Latin conglobāre to gather into a ball, from globāre to make round, from globus a sphere]
 
conglo'bation
 
n

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conglobate con·glo·bate (kŏn-glō'bāt', kŏng'glō-)
adj.
Formed into a single, rounded mass.

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