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Concourse

an assembly of things or persons brought together; a moving group of people or things. See also assemblage.

Examples: concourse of atoms, 1692; of books, 1855; of humours, 1604; of spiritual joy, 1628; of particles of matter, 1677; of all nations, 1642; of people, 1440; of dependent plebeians, 1781; of the world, 1558.

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con·course / ˈkänˌkôrs; ˈkäng-/ • n. 1. a large open area inside or in front of a public building, as in an airport or train station. 2. formal a crowd or assembly of people. ∎  the action of coming together or meeting.

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concourse

concourse.
1. Large space in a building to accommodate many people, e.g. in a railway-terminus or airport.

2. Place where several paths or roads meet in a park, as in a rondpoint.

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concourse

concourse running or flowing together, meeting XIV; concurrence; assemblage XVII. — (O)F. concours — L. concursus, f. concurrere, concurs- run together, CONCUR.

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concourse

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