conglobe


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con·globe

 (kən-glōb′)
tr.v. con·globed, con·glob·ing, con·globes
To conglobate.
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conglobe

(kənˈɡləʊb) ;

conglobulate

(kənˈɡlɒbjʊˌleɪt)
vb
to gather or form into a globe or ball
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con•glo•bate

(kɒnˈgloʊ beɪt, kɒŋ-, ˈkɒŋ gloʊˌbeɪt)

adj., v. -bat•ed, -bat•ing. adj.
1. formed into a ball.
v.t., v.i.
2. to collect into a ball.
[1625–35]
con•glo′bate•ly, adv.
con`glo•ba′tion, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.conglobe - assume a globular shape
form - assume a form or shape; "the water formed little beads"
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they are named Jerusalem." Evidently, what the word, Jerusalem, names is the poet's discursive horizon, the innermost tip of his swirling Vortex of representations already beginning to conglobe and recede as poet and reader pass beyond the now-completed verbal artifact and re-enter the real world.