Synonyms for Aggregate:

adj.

all (adjective)
mass, aggregative.
collected (adjective)
assorted, bunched, assembled, collected, grouped, banded, composed, collective.
entire (adjective)
whole.
forming a collection from separate parts (adjective)
collective, collected, assembled, total.

n.

altogether, overall, the sum total, complete, all-inclusive, wholesale, all-or-nothing. calculate, count, estimate, tale, project, add up, prove, reckon, compute, assess, determine. brick, board, bitumen, cement, adobe, asbestos, caulk, boarding, brownstone. depressed, capitalist, buoyant, antigrowth, ailing, bullish, economically, deflationary, economic. running total, grand total, aggregation. attack, concede, chalk something up, bury, assist, cushion, deadlock. aggregate (noun)
collective, combine, mass, aggregative, totality, sum, conglomeration, total, congeries, multiple.
artifact (noun)
totality, total, sum.
collection (noun)
all, conglomeration, mass, aggregation, whole, sum, heap, totality, gross, pile.
entirety (noun)
Everything.
sum (noun)
whole, gross, all, study atsum.

v.

add (verb)
add, annex, sum, total, accrue, acquire, attain, augment, accumulate, increase, tally, increment.
collect (verb)
band, collate, assemble, collect, mix, bunch, group, compose.
combine into a collection (verb)
add up, accumulate, mix, assemble, collect, combine.
contact (verb)
combine.

Other synonyms:

boarding, bitumen, adobe, bullish, caulk, brick, asbestos, antigrowth, economic, grand total, running total, deflationary, brownstone, depressed. bury, cement, buoyant, concede, Everything, capitalist, economically, cushion. attack, assist. count, board, all. tale. gross. work. amount
tally.

Usage examples for aggregate

  1. If the six she had asked for had only been advanced, as she fondly hoped would be the case, the aggregate sum, eleven dollars, added to three which Anna had saved, would have enabled them to purchase a coat and hat for their brother, who would be ready in a few days to go out. – The Lights and Shadows of Real Life by T.S. Arthur Edition: 10 Language: English
  2. A very small number of ideas forms the intellectual hinge of man in the aggregate of these patriotism is only second in importance to religion. – Cavour by Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco
  3. During the whole of the first season of 1807, the aggregate time of low- water work, caught by snatches of an hour or two at a tide, did not amount to fourteen days of ten hours! – The Lighthouse by Robert Ballantyne