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assemblage

noun as·sem·blage \ə-ˈsem-blij, for 3 also ˌa-ˌsäm-ˈbläzh\

: a group of people or things

Full Definition of ASSEMBLAGE

1
:  a collection of persons or things :  gathering
2
:  the act of assembling :  the state of being assembled
3
a :  an artistic composition made from scraps, junk, and odds and ends (as of paper, cloth, wood, stone, or metal)
b :  the art of making assemblages

Examples of ASSEMBLAGE

  1. <an assemblage of onlookers at the construction site>
  2. <tried to sort through the assemblage of ripped wrapping paper and boxes for the missing toy>

First Known Use of ASSEMBLAGE

1690
ASSEMBLAGE Defined for Kids

assemblage

noun as·sem·blage \ə-ˈsem-blij\

Definition of ASSEMBLAGE for Kids

:  a collection of persons or things <an assemblage of parents and teachers>

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