(Adjectives). Assembled, collected, etc., undispersed, met together, closely packed, dense, crowded, huddled together, teeming, swarming, populous.

    (Phrase). Packed like sardines.

  • Non-Assemblage.
  • Dispersion (Substantives), scattering, dissemination, diffusion, dissipation, spreading, casting, distribution, apportionment, sprinkling, respersion, circumfusion, interspersion, divergence 291, demobilisation.

    Odds and ends, waifs and strays, flotsam and jetsam.

    (Verbs). To disperse, scatter, sow, disseminate, diffuse, shed, spread, overspread, dispense, disband, distribute, dispel, cast forth; strew, bestrew, sprinkle, issue, deal out, utter, resperse, intersperse, set abroach, circumfuse; to decentralise, demobilise.

    (Phrases). To turn adrift; to scatter to the winds; to sow broadcast; to spread like wildfire.

    (Adjectives). Unassembled, uncollected, dispersed, scattered, diffused, sparse, spread, dispread, widespread, sporadic, cast, broadcast, etc., adrift, dishevelled, streaming, etc.

    (Adverbs). Sparsim, here and there, passim.

  • Place of meeting.
  • Focus (Substantives), point of convergence, corradiation, rendezvous, headquarters, club, centre 222, gathering-place, meeting-place, trysting-place, resort, museum, repository, depot 636. Home.

4°. Distributive Order
  • Class (Substantives), division, category, categorema, predicament, head, order, section, department, province.
  • Kind, sort, genus, species, family, race, tribe, caste, sept, clan, gens, phratry, breed, kith, sect, set, assortment, feather, suit, range, run.

    Gender, sex, kin, kidney, manner, description, denomination, designation, predicament, character, stamp, stuff, genre.

    (Adjectives). Generic, racial, tribal, etc.

    (Verbs). To class, etc., see 60.

  • Inclusion (Substantives), comprehension under a class, reference to a class, subsumption.
  • Inclusion in a compound 54.

    Inclusion, admission, reception.

    (Verbs). To be included in, to come under, to fall under, to range under; to belong, or pertain to, appertain; to range with, to merge in, to be of.

    To include, comprise, comprehend, contain, admit, embrace, enumerate among, reckon among, reckon with, number among, refer to, place under, class with or among, arrange under or with, subsume.

    To take into account.

    (Adjectives). Including, etc., inclusive, congener, congeneric, congenerous, et hoc genus omne, etcetera, etc.

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