They are an assemblage of straps and buckles and padding that’s secured to the back seat by the car’s existing seatbelts or a latch buckle, and they’re designed to hold a child in place so they won’t be tossed around in the event of a crash.
Domesticity takes many guises in Daniel Wickerham and Malcolm Lomax’s towering assemblages, which rely heavily on photographic images but also include 3-D objects.
The assemblages allude to toys and games and appear harmless, yet the local artist has named the show “The Dangerous Playground.”
It’s part of the Make Amazon Pay campaign, an assemblage of organized labor, human rights organizations, environmentalists and other groups that are demanding changes at the Seattle-based company in a program of protests and online press conferences.
He can also be described as an assemblage of atoms that exhibits complex, life-like behavior.
“The street pole that tells a wonderful story,” Maria told the assemblage.
The hallucination is visually incoherent, either a rough approximation of text or a random assemblage of letters.
Of course, the result is a wonderful modernist assemblage that has an almost Surrealist flavor.
His art collides gay culture, outsider art, religious camp and sophisticated assemblage and installation.
She saunters down the castle steps and stares out at a gloomy assemblage of soldiers.
At the confluence of these two rivers there was the finest assemblage of Savages that I have yet seen.
A vast assemblage of countless thousands of women, and boys, and wan and starving men, gathered in the streets of Paris.
Seldom has war brought together such a motley assemblage of races as gathered on the Ridge during the siege of Delhi.
Castile enjoyed the supremacy in that great assemblage of races and languages.
And, from the above assemblage of facts, it appears evident that the said Diard killed himself voluntarily and by his own hand.
On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to assemblage, such as: aggregation, assembly, association, collection, company, and congregation.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.