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noun as in meeting, gathering

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This was the backdrop when Sessions announced the launch of the China Initiative on November 1, 2018.

Open up the settings and privacy page on the web, click on Security and account access, followed by Apps and sessions and Sessions to see exactly which devices are logged into your account and where they are.

Sessions then decided to run for his old seat, but the president is backing former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville to block Sessions’s return to Washington.

Tuberville and Sessions won a similar share of the vote in the March 3 primary — Tuberville narrowly led Sessions 33 percent to 32 percent — but the polls now show Tuberville with a clear advantage.

But in more middle-class and working-class neighborhoods, sessions are typically a fourth of that price.

Most if not all professional dungeons offer sessions exclusively with female dominants.

There was always time in our work sessions for stories and anecdotes.

At the end of one of our sessions I join them in their kitchen for yet another drink.

The general agenda of our working sessions was similar in form to those I was used to with other directors, producers, or writers.

On the 25th of November following the magistrates began to sit daily at Petty Sessions.

At a late term of the Court of Sessions a man was brought up by a farmer, accused of stealing some ducks.

The Bulletin contains also all reports prepared for the various Sessions of the Congress and minutes of the discussions.

During the first ten years the sessions were bi-annual, but since 1895 have been held every five years.

It became the leading political, economic, educational and social center of the colony, especially during legislative sessions.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sessions, such as: conference, discussion, term, period, hearing, and affair.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.