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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
convocation (noun)
1.
a) an assembly of persons - convoked
b) (1) an assembly of bishops and representative clergy of the Church of England
(2) a consultative assembly of clergy and lay delegates from one part of an Episcopal diocese , also a territorial division of an Episcopal diocese
c) a ceremonial assembly of members of a college or university
2.
the act or process of - convoking
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
convocation (noun)
1.
a body of people come together in one place
SYNONIMS:
assemblage, assembly, conference, congregation, convocation, ingathering, meeting, muster
RELATED WORDS:
company, consort, coterie, gang, pack; caucus, forum, market, panel, rally, symposium, synod; audience, gallery, grandstand, house; crowd, flock, horde, legion, multitude, press, swarm, throng; crush, mob, rabble, rabblement
convocation (noun)
2.
a coming together of a number of persons for a specified purpose
SYNONIMS:
assembly, congress, convention, convocation, council, gathering, get-together, huddle, powwow
RELATED WORDS:
clinic, workshop; cabinet, caucus, conclave, synod; demonstration, rally; confab, conversation, dialogue ( dialog), discourse, discussion, palaver, talk; negotiation, parley, summit; conference, forum, round-robin, roundtable, seminar, symposium; audience, interview, session
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