ASSEM’BLE, verb transitive [Latin simul.] To collect a number of individuals or particulars into one place, or body; to bring or call togethe; to convene; to congregate. ASSEM’BLE, verb intransitive To meet or come together; to convene, as a number of individuals.


ABRIDGE‘, verb transitive abridj’, [G. short, or its root, from the root of break or a verb of that family.] To make shorter; to epitomize; to contract by using fewer words, yet retaining the sense in substance – used of writings. ex. Justin abridged the history of Trogus Pompeius. To lessen; to diminish; as to …