assemblage[ uh-sem-blij; for 3, 4 also French a-sahn-blazh ]SEE DEFINITION OF assemblage
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An embarrassed silence fell like a vapor over the assemblage.
In the midst of the assemblage one figure towers—the Arch Druid.
This assemblage of evergreens was not, then, one of the bounties of Nature; they had been planted.
What is your plan, and what do you want to do with this assemblage of people?
Each ship-shire elected four men to an assemblage of law-makers.
It was pleasant to see the democratic character of this assemblage of pupils.
The blackness of the assemblage was as if you poured ink into water and made it dense.
This book is an assemblage of data of external relations of this earth.
And it cannot be an assemblage of bergs, for there is no break—it is leagues of solid conformation.
Fauna: the assemblage of animals inhabiting a region or country.
c.1704, from French assemblage "gathering, assemblage," from assembler (see assemble). Earlier English words in the same sense include assemblement, assemblance (both late 15c.).