Common misspellings for aggregation:
segragation, aggresion, segregetion, agreshion, aggretion, agresssion, accredication, aggegation, aggrigation, agrovation, apprecation, segreagtion, accredation, accreditiation, graguation, irregation, agrestion, segrgation, agreesion, segregration, aggresstion, segeragtion, eggeration, aggreviation, segrecation, seggregation, degregation, aggrivation, segragtion, aggresssion, aggrvation, agrivation, segrigation, agrression, aggrovation, eggageration, aggrevation, segregartion, degrigation, erregation, agregation, agresstion, degragation, agregating, acrediation, appreaction, agreession, segeragation, aggragation, segregational, sergregation, appreacation, appreicagtion, agretion, segreagation, segragration, iragation, aggrestion, aqqression, accreidation, acredation, agrevation, agrvation, aggriavtion, agrigation, degragration, zggregation, sggregation, wggregation, qggregation, afgregation, avgregation, abgregation, ahgregation, aygregation, atgregation, agfregation, agvregation, agbregation, aghregation, agyregation, agtregation, aggeegation, aggdegation, aggfegation, aggtegation, agg5egation, agg4egation, aggrwgation, aggrsgation, aggrdgation, aggrrgation, aggr4gation, aggr3gation, aggrefation, aggrebation, aggrehation, aggreyation, aggretation, aggregztion, aggregstion, aggregwtion, aggregqtion, aggregarion, aggregafion, aggregagion, aggregayion, aggrega6ion, aggrega5ion, aggregatuon, aggregatjon, aggregatkon, aggregatoon, aggregat9on, aggregat8on, aggregatiin, aggregatikn, aggregatiln, aggregatipn, aggregati0n, aggregati9n, aggregatiob, aggregatiom, aggregatioj, aggregatioh, zaggregation, azggregation, saggregation, asggregation, waggregation, awggregation, qaggregation, aqggregation, afggregation, agfgregation, avggregation, agvgregation, abggregation, agbgregation, ahggregation, aghgregation, ayggregation, agygregation, atggregation, agtgregation, aggfregation, aggvregation, aggbregation, agghregation, aggyregation, aggtregation, aggeregation, aggreegation, aggdregation, aggrdegation, aggrfegation, aggrtegation, agg5regation, aggr5egation, agg4regation, aggr4egation, aggrwegation, aggrewgation, aggrsegation, aggresgation, aggredgation, aggrregation, aggrergation, aggre4gation, aggr3egation, aggre3gation, aggrefgation, aggregfation, aggrevgation, aggregvation, aggrebgation, aggregbation, aggrehgation, aggreghation, aggreygation, aggregyation, aggretgation, aggregtation, aggregzation, aggregaztion, aggregsation, aggregastion, aggregwation, aggregawtion, aggregqation, aggregaqtion, aggregartion, aggregatrion, aggregaftion, aggregatfion, aggregagtion, aggregatgion, aggregaytion, aggregatyion, aggrega6tion, aggregat6ion, aggrega5tion, aggregat5ion, aggregatuion, aggregatiuon, aggregatjion, aggregatijon, aggregatkion, aggregatikon, aggregatoion, aggregatioon, aggregat9ion, aggregati9on, aggregat8ion, aggregati8on, aggregatiion, aggregatioin, aggregatiokn, aggregatilon, aggregatioln, aggregatipon, aggregatiopn, aggregati0on, aggregatio0n, aggregatio9n, aggregatiobn, aggregationb, aggregatiomn, aggregationm, aggregatiojn, aggregationj, aggregatiohn, aggregationh, ggregation, aggrgation, aggreation, aggregtion, aggregaion, aggregaton, aggregatin, aggregatio, gagregation, aggregation, agrgegation, aggergation, aggrgeation, aggreagtion, aggregtaion, aggregaiton, aggregatoin, aggregatino, aaggregation, agggregation, aggreggation, aggregaation, aggregattion, aggregationn, iggregation, eggregation, cggregation, awgregation, aogregation, acgregation, aegregation, agwregation, agoregation, agcregation, ageregation, agg2egation, aggbegation, aggzegation, aggvegation, aggpegation, aggsegation, aggrugation, aggrmgation, aggrggation, aggrewation, aggreoation, aggrecation, aggreeation, aggregition, aggregetion, aggregction, aggrega4ion, aggregadion, aggregapion, aggregavion, aggregauion, aggregatyon, aggregataon, aggregatmon, aggregathon, aggregatign, aggregatimn, aggregatinn, aggregatiof, aggregatiol, aggregatioo, aggregatayeon, aggregateyeon, a ggregation, ag gregation, agg regation, aggr egation, aggre gation, aggreg ation, aggrega tion, aggregat ion, aggregati on, aggregatio n.
Definition of aggregation:
- the act of gathering something together
- The act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated; collection into a mass or sum; a collection of particulars; an aggregate.
- Act of aggregating: state of being collected together : an aggregate.
- A collection or mass; aggregate.
- The peculiar movement of the protoplasm in the cells of the tentacles or tendrils of sensitive plants, which being due to previous contact, causes the tentacle or tendril to bend towards the point where the stimulus was applied.
- [ Latin] A grouping or crowding of separate organisms; movement of protoplasm in tentacle or tendril cells of sensitive plants, which causes tentacle or tendril to bend towards the point stimulated.
Usage examples for aggregation
The principle has been to make such a list of men in public life that the aggregation of all their biographies would give, in this personal shape, the history and the picture of the growth and development of the United States from the beginning of that agitation which led to the Revolution until the completion of that solidarity which we believe has resulted from the civil war and the subsequent reconstruction. Benjamin Franklin by John Torrey Morse, Jr.
The names may stand on the lists, the faces are absent, and one must wander through half a dozen clubs to really meet the aggregation of thinkers and workers of the grade who gathered in the snug corners of the Century's old club house in East Fifteenth Street when we were young fellows, and my father secured us cards for an occasional monthly meeting as the greatest favour he could do us. People of the Whirlpool by Mabel Osgood Wright