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assemblage (n.)

1704, "a collection of individuals," from French assemblage "gathering, assemblage," from assembler (see assemble). Earlier English words in the same sense include assemblement, assemblance (both late 15c.). Meaning "act of coming together" is from 1730; that of "act of fitting parts together" is from 1727.

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Definitions of assemblage from WordNet

assemblage (n.)
a group of persons together in one place;
Synonyms: gathering
assemblage (n.)
a system of components assembled together for a particular purpose;
Synonyms: hookup
assemblage (n.)
the social act of assembling;
Synonyms: assembly / gathering
assemblage (n.)
several things grouped together or considered as a whole;
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