Definition of agglomeration:
miscellanea, smorgasbord, omnium-gatherum, alphabet soup, cumulus, jambalaya, olla podrida, drift, medley, welter, litter, menagerie, macédoine, clutter, arsenal, montage, jumble, muddle, assemblage, pastiche, gallimaufry, crazy quilt, stew, jungle, scramble, collage, mountain, ragbag, heap, botch, potpourri, assembly, assortment, mess, gumbo, hash, hotchpotch, patchwork quilt, variety, patchwork, shuffle, motley, hodgepodge, salmagundi, pile, stack, grab bag, olio, mélange, bevy, shock, mixed bag, tumble, bank, rummage, mishmash, bale, mass, order, salad, agglomerate, farrago, ragout, batch, battery, mound, hill.
To the right an agglomeration of white houses extended beyond a girdle of walls; then the sea spread out indefinitely; and the Barbarians, with their chins in their hands, sighed as they thought of their native lands.- "Salammbo", Gustave Flaubert.
The wealth and the waste of power displayed and paraded in this comedy are equally admirable and lamentable; for the brilliant effect of its various episodes and interludes is not more obvious than the eclipse of the central interest, the collapse of the serious design, which results from the agglomeration of secondary figures and the alternations of perpetual by- play.- "The Age of Shakespeare", Algernon Charles Swinburne.
- "Two Years in the French West Indies", Lafcadio Hearn.