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congregate (verb), congregates; congregated; congregating
1. To come together in a mass, or to gather people or animals into a unit, crowd, or assembly: When people congregate, some of them flock together under the care of a pastor of a church.
2. To collect or to separate people or things into an assemblage or to get together: Slowly the crowd started to congregate in the park for the afternoon concert.
3. To bring into one place, or into a throng or united body; such as, people or animals: The sheep were congregated in the pen, waiting to be let out into the pasture.
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(diseases spread as mankind congregated into a squalor of cities)