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  • They then returned south to begin gathering men and materials to begin construction.
  • After that the two or three times a week gatherings became more popular.
  • He instead held gatherings of his leaders and friends from across the state.
  • A natural spring in this location was a gathering place for animals.
  • The concert was the single largest gathering of people in the town's history.
  • The public gathering place was located near the river's edge.
  • The event, held every October, serves as a social gathering for the region.
  • In both cases the government and police tried to prevent the gatherings from taking place.
  • Party games are games that some people play as forms of entertainment at social gatherings.
  • It was once a principal gathering place for the citizens of the city and remains popular today.
  • A common method was for someone to make a study tour, gathering information where he could.
  • The course, as well as its club house, is a regular social gathering place for those throughout the region.
  • He has been known to field every last question from the assembled media during these gatherings.
  • By the 1990s, however, these gathering systems were breaking down in many areas.
  • During this period, he would often sing for friends and family at social gatherings.
  • It began early in the town's existence as an annual gathering for residents of the town.
  • Plans for the day are made throughout the year, including gathering the goods to be offered to the dead.
  • There is a gathering entertainment inside or outside the Old Church off the main highway.
  • He may have been involved with the gathering of intelligence.
  • It was his first break into performing and he began to play at local clubs and gatherings.
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Root form of gathering is gather for the verb.

Words starting with gathering

Meaning of gathering

  • noun A group of persons together in one place
  • noun The act of gathering something
  • noun Sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching
  • verb Assemble or get together
    gather some stones, pull your thoughts together
  • verb Conclude from evidence
    I gather you have not done your homework
  • verb Draw together into folds or puckers
  • verb Draw and bring closer
    she gathered her shawl around her shoulders
  • verb Look for (food) in nature
    Our ancestors gathered nuts in the Fall