Definition of Congregating

1. Noun. The act of congregating.

Exact synonyms: Congregation
Generic synonyms: Assemblage, Assembly, Gathering
Derivative terms: Congregate, Congregate



Definition of Congregating

1. Verb. (present participle of congregate) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Congregating

1. congregate [v] - See also: congregate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Congregating

congratulative
congratulator
congratulators
congratulatory
congratz
congree
congreed
congrees
congreet
congreets
congregant
congregants
congregate
congregated
congregates
congregating (current term)
congregation
congregational
congregationally
congregationless
congregations
congregative
congregator
congregators
congress boot
congress gaiter
congress shoe
congresscritter
congresscritters

Literary usage of Congregating

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1. The Irish Element in Mediaeval Culture by Heinrich Zimmer (1891)
"... the fact that large numbers of young Anglo-Saxons were now congregating in Ireland, and sorely feared they would return imbued with heretical views. ..."

2. Library of Natural History by Richard Lydekker (1901)
"In the spawning season, which varies considerably according to localities, burbot are in the habit of congregating in large numbers; and in some of the ..."

3. The Architecture of Birds by James Rennie (1831)
"... so far as we can judge, to be partly so many social signals for congregating in a particular place, and to be continued after the flock has assembled, ..."

4. The Domestic Habits of Birds by James Rennie (1833)
"... so far as we can judge, to be partly so many social signals for congregating in a particular place, and to be continu .4 after the flock has assembled, ..."

5. ... An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences, Comprising the by Albert Gallatin Mackey, Edward L. Hawkins, William James Hughan (1912)
"... are we not permitted to argue d fortiori that he lias also the right of congregating seven brethren and causing a Mason to be made in his sight? ..."

6. Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery by Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, Board of Managers (1837)
"congregating of slaves together may have been more restricted, .and the intercourse of strangers with them more guarded, but the personal treatment of the ..."

7. The Practice and applied therapeutics of osteopathy by Charles Hazzard (1901)
"It also affects the sensory nerves of the scalp, they congregating about the vertex. CHAPTER VI. EXAMINATION OF THE THORAX. From an Ostéopathie point of ..."

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