Definition of agglomerate:
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These laws indicate to us the presence of a purpose in the mind of the Creator; and whereas the material world was looked upon by ancient philosophers as a mere illusion, as an agglomerate of atoms, or as the work of an evil principle, we now read and interpret its pages as the revelation of a divine power, and wisdom, and love.- "Lectures on The Science of Language", Max Müller.
Given the desire- even if it be only as the lightest breath of a summer zephyr upon the sleeping bosom of the ocean, scarcely ruffling its surface- it becomes a center of attraction for suitable molecules of thought- substance floating in space, which immediately " agglomerate round the idea proceeding to reveal itself," by means of clothing itself in substance.- "The Best Psychic Stories", Various.
- "The Falls of Niagara and Other Famous Cataracts", George W. Holley.