A few children, settler children, congregate near what appears to have been the bus station.
It was sort of a place for young people to congregate and buy fashion.
An NYPD official says an AP reporter called to ask where people of Chechen descent might congregate in New York City.
During the Iranian iteration, one event allowed customers to congregate with a local dining in Iran.
Dingoes tend to spend the majority of their time alone; however they congregate in packs during mating season.
Let the negro be there allowed to congregate and expand even to his utmost capacity.
There have been inns like the "Castle" where the "quality" loved to congregate.
All the malcontents in Spain congregate there, and Conyngham would do well to avoid their company.
There was no help for it, and men and women had to congregate in these barns together.
But only deep shadows seemed to congregate there now, and I soon desisted.
mid-15c., from Latin congregatus "flocking together," past participle of congregare "to herd together, collect in a flock, swarm; assemble," from com- "together" (see com-) + gregare "to collect into a flock, gather," from grex (genitive gregis) "a flock" (see gregarious). Related: Congregated; congregating.