Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class I. Words Expressing Abstract Relations
Section IV. Order
3. Collective Order

72. Assemblage.

   NOUN:ASSEMBLAGE; collection, collocation, colligation; compilation, levy, gathering, ingathering, mobilization, meet, forgathering, muster, attroupement [F.]; team; concourse, conflux, congregation, contesseration [obs.], convergence [See Convergence].
  meeting, levee, reunion, drawing room, at home; conversazione [It.] &c. (social gathering) [See Sociality]; assembly, congress, house, senate, legislature, convocation; caucus, séance, eisteddfod, gemot or gemote; convention, conventicle; conclave (council) [See Council]; Noah’s ark.
  COMPANY, platoon, faction, caravan, claque, posse, posse comitatus [L.]; watch, squad, corps, troop, troupe; army, regiment (combatants) [See Combatant]; host (multitude) [See Multitude]; populousness.
  MISCELLANY, collectanea [L.]; museum, menagerie (store) [See Store]; museology.
  CROWD, throng; flood, rush, deluge; rabble, mob, rout, press, crush, cohue [F.], horde, body, tribe; crew, gang, knot, squad, band, party; swarm, shoal, school, covey, flock, herd, drove; kennel; atajo [Sp. Amer.]; bunch, drive, force, mulada [U. S.]; remuda [Sp.]; round-up [U. S.]; array, bevy, galaxy.
  CLAN, brotherhood, association (party) [See Party].
  GROUP, cluster, Pleiades, clump, pencil; set, batch, lot, pack; budget, assortment, bunch; parcel; packet, package; bundle, fascine, bale, seron [Sp.], fagot, wisp, truss, tuft; grove, thicket, plump [archaic]; shock, rick, fardel, stack, sheaf, haycock, swath; fascicle, fascicule, fasciculus, gavel, hattock [dial. Eng.], stook [dial.].
  volley, shower, storm, cloud.
  ACCUMULATION (store) [See Store]; congeries, heap, lump, pile, rouleau, tissue, mass, pyramid; bing [obs.]; drift; snowball, snowdrift; acervation [rare], cumulation, amassment; glomeration, agglomeration; conglobation; conglomeration, conglomerate; coacervation [rare], coagmentation [obs.], aggregation, concentration, congestion, omnium-gatherum [colloq.], spicilegium [L.], Black Hole of Calcutta; quantity (greatness) [See Greatness].
  COLLECTOR, gatherer; whip, whipper-in.
   VERB:[BE OR COME TOGETHER] assemble, collect, muster; meet, unite, join, rejoin; cluster, flock, swarm, surge, stream, herd, crowd, throng, associate; congregate, conglomerate, concentrate; center round, rendezvous, resort; come together, flock together, get together, pig together; forgather or foregather; huddle; reassemble.
  [GET OR BRING TOGETHER] assemble, muster; bring together, get together, put together, draw together, scrape together, lump together; collect, collocate, colligate; get in, whip in; gather; hold a meeting; convene, convoke, convocate; rake up, dredge, heap, mass, pile; pack, put up, truss, cram; acervate [rare]; agglomerate, aggregate; compile; group, aggroup, concentrate, unite; collect into a focus, bring into a focus; amass, accumulate (store) [See Store]; collect in a dragnet; heap Ossa upon Pelion.
   ADJECTIVE:ASSEMBLED &c. v., closely packed, dense, serried, crowded to suffocation, teeming, swarming, populous; as thick as hops; swarming like maggots; all of a heap, fasciculated; cumulative.
  1. The plot thickens.
  2. Acervatim.
  3. Tibi seris tibi metis.
  4. In narrow room throng numberless.—Milton