ag·gre·ga·tion /ˌa-grə-'gā-shən/ n1: the collecting of individual units (as damages) into a whole2: a collection of separate parts that is unpatentable because no integrated mechanism or new and useful result is produced compare combination, equivalent
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
accumulation, adhesion, affiliation, agglomeration, aggregate, amassment, body, collection, combination, company, compilation, composite, composition, concentration, conglomeration, congregation, consolidation, corpus, cumulation, force, gathering, group, hoard, incorporation, mass, multitude, organization, selection, totality
adhesion (affixing), affiliation (amalgamation), agglomeration, aggregate, assemblage, assembly, body (collection), centralization, chamber (body), collection (accumulation), collection (assembly), combination, company (assemblage), compilation, complex (development), conglomeration, congregation, consolidation, corpus, cumulation, hoard, incorporation (blend), organization (association), selection (collection), totality
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006