congeries

[ kon-jeer-eez, kon-juh-reez ]
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Tim and his congeries hate the clerics, but they fear the flagellum.

Inside the congeries of glazed houses he was somewhat at sea.

I cannot imagine such a congeries of blunders as a war for the Poles.

To speak Johnsonically it is a congeries of inexplicable nonsense.

A boarding-house is a congeries of people who have come down.

Emerson, it is to be feared, regarded a company of books but as a congeries of ideas.

A substance is known to us only as a congeries of attributes.

The right novel is never a congeries of novelle, as might appear to the uninspired.

Scripture is not a congeries of earth-born fragments, but an organism, pulsating with divine life.

Our lives are a congeries of solipsisms, out of which in strict logic only a God could compose a universe even of discourse.

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