Aggeration

Related to Aggeration: aggregation

Ag`ger`a´tion


n.1.A heaping up; accumulation; as, aggerations of sand.
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OK, slight exa tho ma thes aggeration but whether she was on ose programmes or not scarcely atters - she just feels inescapable at e moment.
I guess it wouldn't be too much of an ex- aggeration to say that Fifa is the organisation that manages the biggest sport on the planet and that Blatter is the man that runs brand Fifa.
Indeed it seems for the moment - although history might alter this impression - that the completion of a Northern Ireland accord was only possible through his personal skills as a listener and a negotiator; to call it Blair's Peace would clearly be an ex aggeration, but his charm was its catalyst.