aggregative

adjective
ag·gre·ga·tive | \ˈa-gri-ˌgā-tiv \

Definition of aggregative 

1 : of or relating to an aggregate

2 : tending to aggregate

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Augmented reality is an aggregative concept, a gathering tidal force already inseparable from our daily lives by way of apps like GPS navigation and selfie tools. Matt Peckham, Time, "Why 'Pokemon Go' Matters One Year Later," 6 July 2017

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First Known Use of aggregative

circa 1617, in the meaning defined at sense 2

History and Etymology for aggregative

aggreg(ate) entry 1 + -ative

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