assemble[ uh-sem-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF assemble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSEMBLE
He knew that make of gun from toe to foresight; he could assemble it in the dark.
When he had been presented to the older members, it was time for them to assemble in meeting.
The pieces necessary to assemble the hull are shown in Fig. 58.
You will order all mayors of towns to assemble in Rome to complete the preparations.
Neither the place, the time, nor the day when they assemble is fixed.
They further agreed upon a certain knoll, where they were all eventually to assemble.
True, it gratifies them to assemble, hear the human voice, and sing.
Messengers have been sent off to order all the contingents to assemble at that spot.
It is one thing to assemble an automobile; it is another thing to run it.
It was always to workmen, and always they knew, by some effective communication, where to assemble.