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assemblage    : [əs'ɛmblədʒ] [əs'ɛmblɪdʒ]
Assemblage \As*sem"blage\, n. [Cf. F. assemblage. See
{Assemble}.]
1. The act of assembling, or the state of being assembled;
association.
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In sweet assemblage every blooming grace. --Fenton.
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2. A collection of individuals, or of individuals, or of
particular things; as, a political assemblage; an
assemblage of ideas.
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Syn: Company; group; collection; concourse; gathering;
meeting; convention.

Usage: {Assemblage}, {Assembly}. An assembly consists only of
persons; an assemblage may be composed of things as
well as persons, as, an assemblage of incoherent
objects. Nor is every assemblage of persons an
assembly; since the latter term denotes a body who
have met, and are acting, in concert for some common
end, such as to hear, to deliberate, to unite in
music, dancing, etc. An assemblage of skaters on a
lake, or of horse jockeys at a race course, is not an
assembly, but might be turned into one by collecting
into a body with a view to discuss and decide as to
some object of common interest.
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assemblage
n 1: a group of persons together in one place [synonym: {gathering},
{assemblage}]
2: a system of components assembled together for a particular
purpose [synonym: {hookup}, {assemblage}]
3: the social act of assembling; "they demanded the right of
assembly" [synonym: {assembly}, {assemblage}, {gathering}] [ant:
{disassembly}, {dismantlement}, {dismantling}]
4: several things grouped together or considered as a whole
[synonym: {collection}, {aggregation}, {accumulation},
{assemblage}]

122 Moby Thesaurus words for "assemblage":
A to Z, A to izzard, Bund, Rochdale cooperative, aggregate, all,
all and sundry, all sorts, alliance, alpha and omega, assembly,
assembly line, assembly-line production, association, assortment,
axis, band, be-all, be-all and end-all, beginning and end, bloc,
body, broad spectrum, building, buildup, coalition, college,
combination, combine, common market, complement, composition,
compound, confederacy, confederation, conglomeration, constitution,
construction, consumer cooperative, cooperative,
cooperative society, corps, council, credit union, customs union,
each and every, economic community, embodiment, everything,
fabrication, fashioning, federation, formation, free trade area,
gallimaufry, gang, getup, group, grouping, hash, hodgepodge,
hotchpot, hotchpotch, incorporation, jumble, junction, league,
length and breadth, machine, magpie, make, makeup, mash, medley,
melange, mess, mingle-mangle, miscellany, mishmash, mix, mixed bag,
mixture, mob, odds and ends, olio, olla podrida, omnium-gatherum,
one and all, organization, package, package deal, partnership,
pasticcio, pastiche, patchwork, piecing together,
political machine, potpourri, production line, putting together,
ring, salad, salmagundi, sauce, scramble, set, setup, shaping,
society, stew, structure, structuring, syneresis, synthesis,
the corpus, the ensemble, the entirety, the lot, the whole,
the whole range, union, what you will




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