verb[no object] • rare
- Join closely together: these people’s feeble sense of self-respect prompts them to conglobulate in collectivesMore example sentences
- A number of them conglobulate together, by flying round and round, and then all in a heap throw themselves under water and lie in the bed of the river.
mid 18th century: from Latin globulus 'globule', on the pattern of earlier conglobate 'make into a ball'.
More definitions of conglobulateDefinition of conglobulate in:
- The US English dictionary