Aggregative



of or relating to an .
forming or tending to form an .
Historical Examples

Fancy is aggregative and associative,—Imagination is creative, motive.
Rab and His Friends and Other Papers John Brown

I reckon I might have been too aggregative in my tabulation.
Roads of Destiny O. Henry

Are you not, in general, exaggerating the force of the aggregative as against the segregative tendencies in human nature?
Philosophy and The Social Problem Will Durant

The aggregative Principle anew at work in a Society grown obsolete, cracked asunder, dissolving into rubbish and primary atoms?
The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle

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