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affair a party or social gathering. [1/6 definitions]
assemblage a collection or gathering of people or things; assembly. [1/4 definitions]
barn dance a social gathering for dancing, often held in a barn and featuring square dances.
brainstorm to engage in a method of problem-solving or idea-gathering in which members of a group freely and spontaneously offer their thoughts and suggestions. [1/6 definitions]
brethren a plural form of "brother," used to refer to fellow members of a religious or social group, society, or profession, and used esp. when addressing a formal gathering of such members; colleagues. [1/2 definitions]
bun a bun-shaped gathering of hair at the back or top of the head. [1/2 definitions]
bustle2 a flounce, bow, or gathering of fabric at the rear of a dress below the waist. [1/2 definitions]
camp meeting a religious gathering, usu. held over several days, taking place either outdoors or inside a tent.
clambake (informal) a party or gathering, esp. a lively or spirited one. [1/2 definitions]
cockle a crinkle or irregular gathering; wrinkle. [1/5 definitions]
coffee klatsch an informal social gathering at which coffee is served.
collection the gathering of money from members of a group. [1/3 definitions]
conclave a secret, private, or confidential meeting or gathering. [1/3 definitions]
concourse the act or an instance of coming together or gathering; confluence. [1/5 definitions]
confluence a gathering or crowd. [1/3 definitions]
conflux a confluence; joining; gathering.
congregation the act of gathering together or congregating. [1/3 definitions]
constellation a gathering, grouping, or pattern of people, objects, ideas, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
convene to cause to gather or assemble, or to cause (a formal gathering) to be held; summon; convoke. [1/3 definitions]
cornhusking a social gathering for this purpose. [1/2 definitions]
counterintelligence a program of a government or other organization to frustrate enemy espionage, intelligence gathering, and subversion.