assemblance

Related to assemblance: Havior

assemblance

(əˈsɛmbləns)
n
the action or process of gathering or congregating

assemblance

(əˈsɛmbləns)
n
the look or impression of something
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I retired to rest at night; my slumbers, as it were, waited on and ministered to by the assemblance of grand shapes which I had contemplated during the day.
A concept is a multiplicity, an assemblance of components that are singularities ('"a" possible world, "a" face, "some" words ...' p.
or the assemblance of Rich Tea half moons I dot around whichever house I happen to be in.
Care I for the limb, the thews, the stature, bulk, and big assemblance of a man?
The three-day conference at The New York Hilton Hotel attracted an enthusiastic assemblance of retailers, owners and developers.
I was standing in Govan Bank on a hellish wet day with all assemblance of dignity washed away in the downpour.