Conglobulate


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Con`glob´u`late


v. i.1.To gather into a small round mass.
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I think we need not be much disturbed by Hill-Powell's remark, |If he used the word it is not likely that he said "conglobulate together".' Johnson in his Dictionary (s.v.
A friendly reader of my first draft suggests that |the diminutive element producing "conglobulate" may be Johnson's humorous contribution'.