Part of speech: verb

To bring or come together into a crowd; assemble.

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Usage examples "congregate":

  1. Life, activity, mental aspiration are always found where large numbers of persons congregate. - "Rural Life and the Rural School", Joseph Kennedy.
  2. Here we all congregate. - "Happy-Thought Hall", F. C. Burnand.
  3. Second, the Indians of the South were either weak or peaceful, so that fear of Indian attack did not oblige the colonists to congregate in small, compact communities. - "Problems in American Democracy", Thames Ross Williamson.