Part of speech:
A group of people broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests, participation in characteristic relationships, shared institutions, and a common culture:
The definition of a consortium is an association or alliance, or a legal right of one spouse to have companionship and support with the other.
A group of people attending a public function; an audience:
(Baseball) A major league club and all its farm teams.
To call for and obtain payment of:
In government, an assembly is defined as a specific group of legislators.
An association is defined as a connection between ideas made mentally, or a connection you see in your head.
In art, an assemblage is the creation of sculpture through collection and unification of a variety of items that bear no relation, or the piece of art that is created as a result of this process.
The definition of a body is the physical part of a living thing or the main part of anything.
The definition of kindred is used to describe people or things that are similar or related to each other.
The definition of a lot is a large number or greater extent.
An organization that owns, controls, or sponsors an athletic team
A gather in cloth
A square league.
(Nautical) To do the proper work of a sailor
To celebrate or carouse at a party or similar gathering:
(Astronomy) A group of galaxies or stars that appear near each other.
To cause to assemble, or meet together
To put together to form a group.
A body of assistants, followers, or servants attending a person of rank or importance; train of attendants or retainers
A group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used:
To pick up or collect (molten glass) using a tool in glass blowing.
To classify is to arrange, group or organize things or people, or to designate certain information as secret.
To supply with (an appropriate variety or assortment, as of goods).
A connection based on kinship, marriage, or common interest; a bond or tie:
A group of people with the same beliefs, interests, work, etc.
To place in a category; classify
To form, associate in, or act as a clique.
To arrange in a gang, or coordinated set
To form into squads
To harness or join together so as to form a team.
A unit of Cub Scouts or Brownies under an adult leader
(Comput.) A group of two or more logically related elements, identified by a single name and usually stored in consecutive storage locations in main memory
Any large conference or convention
Of or belonging to the community; shared, or participated in, by all; public
(Math.) Any of the various groupings, or subsets, into which a number, or set, of units may be arranged without regard to order: dual combinations of A, B, C, and D are AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD
(Music) To write arrangements, esp. as a profession
(Statistics) Of or relating to the total observed frequency of data, or the probability of a random variable, that is less than or equal to a specified value.
Alternative spelling of en masse.
Relating to or being the official nonproprietary name of a drug, under which it is licensed and identified by the manufacturer.
Fond of the company of others; sociable
Complete in all respects; unlimited or full:
The definition of alignment is an arrangement of objects in a way that makes a line or row.
An array of similar things intended for use together:
An alliance, often temporary, of political parties in a legislature
A group within a legislative or decision-making body seeking to represent a specific interest or influence a particular area of policy:
The subject material taught to or studied by such a group:
A group, as of ships or motor vehicles, traveling together with a protective escort or for safety or convenience.
A literary work or film that is a mix of fact and fiction.
A group of persons or things organized into successive ranks or grades with each level subordinate to the one above:
A group of civilians called upon by a sheriff or other law enforcement official to assist temporarily in preserving the peace or pursuing and arresting a fugitive.
(Linguistics) To form (words) by combining words or words and word elements.
The definition of assemble is to come together in a given place.
(Computing) To handle a set of input data or requests as a batch process.
To form a cabal; conspire.
To list or include in a catalog.
To organize or arrange systematically, especially in writing:
To gather (the sections of a book, pages of a document, etc.) together in proper order
To relate (isolated facts) by some reasonable explanation, esp. so as to evolve a general principle
To arrange; esp., to set side by side
To join together for a common purpose.
To form or collect into a rounded or compact mass
To gather into a mass or crowd; collect; assemble
To associate; join
To work or function together harmoniously:
A taxonomic classification within the plant kingdom that ranks immediately above a class and corresponds to a phylum in other kingdoms.
To gather or travel in a flock or crowd.
the Galaxy. The Milky Way.
A group of organisms ranking above a species and below a family. The names of genera, like those of species, are written in italics. For example, Periplaneta is the genus of the American cockroach, and comes from the Greek for “wandering about.”
To gather together or move as a herd, group, crowd, etc.
To crowd (things) together; to mingle confusedly; to assemble without order or system.
To link means to join or connect together.
To fill with many people; throng
Muster means to call a group in for inspection, roll call or service.
Organize is defined as to arrange in an orderly way.
To ring is defined as to circle around or to make a buzzing, beeping or chiming noise.
To sort is to put things in order or group them into categories.
To arrange in tabular form; condense and list.
(Zoology) A group of lions, usually consisting of several related females and their offspring and a small number of unrelated adult males.
To leave a hive as a swarm. Used of bees.
To move together in a school, as fish, whales, etc.
A number of persons, animals, or things gathered together; cluster
A fastening made by tying together lengths of material, such as rope, in a prescribed way.
A district governed or represented by a conference
A gathering of faithful in a temple, church, synagogue, mosque or other place of worship. It can also refer to the people who are present at a devotional service in the building, particularly in contrast to the pastor, minister, imam, rabbi etc. and/or choir, who may be seated apart from the general congregation or lead the service (notably in responsary form).
A coming together; meeting
A formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates, as of a political party, fraternal society, profession, or industry.
An assembly of the clergy, by their representatives, to consult on ecclesiastical affairs.
A collection of people; a company; a number; a multitude.
To indicate or characterize accurately in advance; predict:
To summon is to order to meet, to bring together or to order to come.
To come together; meet; assemble
To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
To assume an indicated rank or position in a series; be of a certain grade
To assign (a value)
To cover or have application to a number of things:
To engage in carping criticism. Often used with on:
To assign a value to (a unit of currency, for example).
Accumulated or collected material; heap
Having no special designation, status, or rank:
(Linguis.) Characterized by agglutination
A body of people associated in some work, organization, etc. under common direction
To gather into or form lumps or thick groupings of.
To cause transformation of (a liquid or sol, for example) into or as if into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass.
To adjust the size of; to make a certain size.
The ability to fly:
a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse
Radical is someone who goes against social norms and who often advocates social change.
(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
To contribute to a pool, or common fund; make a common interest or form a pool (of)
To scatter is to spread something around in different directions or different places.
To distribute widely:
To muddle; confuse:
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