aConglutinantCementing together; uniting closely; causing to adhere; promoting healing, as of a wound or a broken bone, by adhesion of the parts.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
conglutinantGluing; uniting; causing to adhere.
nconglutinantA medicine or medicinal application that promotes the healing of wounds by adhesion.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L., conglutinans, p. pr
When I imagine working on the Register 's editorial page, I think of alchemists—the Renaissance "scientists" who believed it was possible (as they put it) to "conglutinate" objects, to turn one thing into another.