Aggerose
Aggerose \Ag`ger*ose"\, a. In heaps; full of heaps. [1913 Webster]

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  • aggerose — † aggerose, a. Obs. 0 (ˌædʒəˈrəʊs) [f. assumed L. *aggerōsus: see agger and ose.] Full of heaps; formed in heaps. in Bailey; whence in Johnson, Ash, etc …   Useful english dictionary

  • aggerose — adjective In heaps; full of heaps …   Wiktionary

  • aggeration —   n. heaping up; mound raised by prehistoric people when erecting standing stones.    ♦ aggerose, a. in heaps; having many heaps …   Dictionary of difficult words

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