congress[ noun kong-gris; verb kuhn-gres, kuhng- ]SEE DEFINITION OF congress
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGRESS
Additional legislation of this kind was passed by the outgoing Congress.
We need a new engagement, too, between the Executive and the Congress.
The daily proceedings of Congress at Washington are discussed in Japan.
I shall deal with each of them upon the assembly of the Congress.
His eloquence was proverbial, both in congress, and at home.
Congress resolved that a monument should be erected to him at Annapolis.
Congress would not believe in our danger--perhaps could not have helped us if it would.
There was a somewhat larger Whig party, which by word and deed supported Congress.
It does not depend upon the twenty-five slave votes in Congress.
You'd be a mighty lonesome minority in a congress of my employers, Harry.