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.

The daily proceedings of Congress at Washington are discussed in Japan.

I shall deal with each of them upon the assembly of the Congress.

We need a new engagement, too, between the Executive and the Congress.

His eloquence was proverbial, both in congress, and at home.

Congress resolved that a monument should be erected to him at Annapolis.

There was a somewhat larger Whig party, which by word and deed supported Congress.

Congress would not believe in our danger--perhaps could not have helped us if it would.

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.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONGRESS

house

noungovernment body, sometimes elected, responsible for laws

houses

noungovernment body, sometimes elected, responsible for laws
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