congregated

[ verb kong-gri-geyt; adjective kong-gri-git, -geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF congregated

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There was a bustle within; groups of boys were congregated outside.

I wonder where they have come from and why they have congregated in this particular tent?

They had congregated on the shore of the Adair around the body of a camel.

The ships of war had congregated in the Blenheim passage of the Canton river.

Morning came, and the woods were thronged with congregated warriors.

The Chief moved to the front of the stoep where the Staff had congregated.

They went back down and congregated around where the village had been.

True, a man was addressing the people who had congregated beneath the balcony.

The house-servants, timid and superstitious, had all congregated in Aunt Amy's cabin.

As evening approached, however, they also drew off and congregated together.

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