What is another word for assembles?

Pronunciation: [ɐsˈɛmbə͡lz] (IPA)

The word "assembles" means to gather or bring together, and there are various synonyms that can be used in its place. Some of these synonyms include "collects," "compiles," "organizes," "groups," "arranges," "combines," "joins," "melds," "unites," "amasses," and "congregates." Each of these words can be used in different contexts and situations to convey the same meaning as "assembles." For example, one might say they are collecting information for a research paper or organizing a meeting with colleagues. No matter the synonym used, they all refer to the act of bringing things together.

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Usage examples for Assembles

Some of the gipsies still come with their stalls, and a little crowd assembles in the evening; but the glory of the true feast has departed.
"Wild Life in a Southern County"
Richard Jefferies
The musk-ox naturally assembles in large flocks, and is migratory, just as the domesticated flocks of Spain are, and those of Thrace and the Caspian steppe.
"The Human Side of Animals"
Royal Dixon
When the plans are completed and approved, the contractor assembles the necessary materials from local sources, builds and equips the house and turns it over to the buyer in completed condition.
"A Living from the Land"
William B. Duryee

Famous quotes with Assembles

  • Our whole family assembles in Chicago at Christmas and usually in Aspen in the summer.
    James Cronin
  • Just as no thing or organism exists on its own, it does not act on its own. Furthermore, every organism is a process: thus the organism is not other than its actions. To put it clumsily: it is what it does. More precisely, the organism, including its behavior, is a process which is to be understood only in relation to the larger and longer process of its environment. For what we mean by "understanding" or "comprehension" is seeing how parts fit into a whole, and then realizing that they don't the whole, as one assembles a jigsaw puzzle, but that the whole is a pattern, a complex wiggliness, which has no separate parts. Parts are fictions of language, of the calculus of looking at the world through a net which to chop it up into bits. Parts exist only for purposes of figuring and describing, and as we figure the world out we become confused if we do not remember this all the time.
    Alan Watts
  • They say gravity is the centre of attraction ; I rather think that noise is. Nothing so soon assembles the inhabitants of a house as a loud and sudden noise : …
    Letitia Elizabeth Landon
  • Whenever the human race assembles to a number exceeding four, it cannot stand free speech.
    Mark Twain

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