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assemble to gather (things or persons) into a group. [3 definitions]
assembly a group of people gathered together, usu. for a specific purpose. [4 definitions]
assembly line a set-up in a factory whereby a product being put together passes, in moving along a track, conveyor belt, or the like, a succession of stations with workers, each of whom adds, adjusts, or secures apart to the whole.
assemblyman a male member of a legislative assembly.
assemblywoman a female member of a legislative assembly.
assent to consent, agree, or give approval (usu. fol. by "to"). [3 definitions]
assert to state with force or confidence. [3 definitions]
assertion a declaration or statement, often without support or proof. [2 definitions]
assertive forward or aggressive in speech or action.
assess to examine and try to discover the extent, quality, or nature of; evaluate; measure. [3 definitions]
assessable combined form of assess.
assessment the amount of a tax, fine, or the like that is assessed. [3 definitions]
assessor one who assesses for tax purposes. [2 definitions]
asset a useful or desirable quality or thing. [3 definitions]
asseverate to declare with solemnity and earnestness; affirm.
asshole (vulgar) the anus. [4 definitions]
assiduous persistent and unremitting; constant. [2 definitions]
assign to set apart for a particular use or for use by a particular person. [6 definitions]
assignable combined form of assign.
assignation an appointment to meet, esp. between lovers; tryst. [2 definitions]
assignee a person to whom a right, claim, interest, or property is legally transferred. [2 definitions]