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congregate

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1 to bring together in one body or place

  • both captains congregated their team members for some pregame strategizing
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get together

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2 to come together into one body or place

  • pilgrims have been congregating in the townʼs historic square for centuries
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get together

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Synonym Discussion of congregate

gather, collect, assemble, congregate mean to come or bring together into a group, mass, or unit. gather is the most general term for bringing or coming together from a spread-out or scattered state.
    • a crowd quickly gathered
collect often implies careful selection or orderly arrangement.
    • collected books on gardening
assemble implies an ordered union or organization of persons or things often for a definite purpose.
    • experts assembled for a conference
congregate implies a spontaneous flocking together into a crowd or huddle.
    • congregating under a shelter


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