Passing by the common and its assemblage of Whigs, he "spoke somewhat contemptuously of them."
It was the first time I had seen so odd an assemblage of beasts and humanity.
Philostorgius affirms, that the inscription was formed by an assemblage of stars; Arthemius says that the letters were golden.
A concourse is an assemblage of people who have come (or run) together.
Seating myself in one of its cane-bottomed seats, I glanced around on the assemblage.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Mowbray and Dr. Small had joined the assemblage.
According to custom Garland, clerk of the last House, called the assemblage to order and began the roll-call.
Navigators have agreed in calling an assemblage of such encampments a rookery.
The proof relative to the character of an assemblage must be the same whether a man be present or absent.
When dollars are not counted the assemblage of books becomes promiscuous.
assemblage c.1704, from Fr. assemblage "gathering, assemblage," from assembler (see assemble).