congregate[ verb kong-gri-geyt; adjective kong-gri-git, -geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF congregate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGREGATE
It was after sunrise when they reached the ledge where codfish most do congregate.
These are the places where the champions most do congregate and hold forth.
There have been inns like the "Castle" where the "quality" loved to congregate.
There was no help for it, and men and women had to congregate in these barns together.
The villa is the spot where good and honest men love to congregate.
On the straight-back'd oaken settle, congregate the older children.
They congregate and sing, as some say to appease, and others to frighten, the evil spirits.
The trouble was in the outfield—where the trouble in such contests are sure to congregate.
Here the men can congregate and read the papers and magazines provided.
He knows the deeps where the fish most congregate, and there throws in chloride of lime.