converge

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Synonyms for converge

converge on something

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Synonyms for converge

to come together

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to direct toward a common center

Synonyms for converge

be adjacent or come together

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approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit

move or draw together at a certain location

come together so as to form a single product

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It's a theater-lover's paradise when some of the most respected community theaters from around the world converge upon Venice Theatre for one week in late June to present their best plays.
Members of the Virgil Hawkins Florida Chapter of the National Bar Association will converge upon Tallahassee March 18-19, along with the Greek fraternities and sororities associated with the National Pan-Hellenic Council, to collectively voice concerns and opinions regarding political issues important to Florida's minority communities.
In fact, when the 2,500 athletes converge upon Vancouver in February 2010 they will be hard pressed to ignore an impressive $25 million multi-faith worship centre in the Athletes' Village near downtown Vancouver.
When these events are held in backyards, the worst members of society converge upon neighborhoods where children and innocent adults also become victims of noise, violence and exposure to criminals who would not otherwise be in the community.
And through next Sunday, up to 1,000 members of the American Association for Nude Recreation - average age range: 40 to 60 years old - will converge upon the Willamettans clothing-optional resort for the organization's 76th annual conference, then check in and strip down.
PVS is a team-run operation of about 100 young people from all around the country who converge upon western Montana for one main purpose: to keep America's voters informed and up-to-speed on local, state and national political candidates from all parties.
Every April, slammers converge upon Chicago for the annual Slam Masters Weekend, where organizers and poets meet to plan for the upcoming national, regional, local slams and other events.
BURKE: At last, you converge upon the position I have long thought you have occupied.
Even as these brave new adventurers walk the paths upon water to converge upon their adoptive nation, all is not lost, and they discover that their strands have remained "smooth, elusive, separate" with the scent of coriander, cumin and turmeric, in the spaghetti bowl that is America.
In time I also brought my twin boys, starting at age two, with their boards-- real set-ups, not toy store junk--to let them roll around and have fun, again having the spot to ourselves with the exception of the local church-goers who would all converge upon the parking lot across the street and march into the huge building up the hill.
Inside the nozzle are precision-molded aspheric lenses that manipulate light to converge upon a small point.
My paten and my chalice are the depths of a soul laid widely open to all the forces which in a moment will rise up from every corner of the earth and converge upon the Spirit.
The strength of many books is also their weakness--and so it is with Debra Walker King's eclectic collection of essays, assembled in order "to demonstrate how the boundaries of difference and the limits of universality converge upon women's bodies.
Their policies now converge upon the same beliefs which underlie our vision of a truly socially and economically inclusive society.
s reflections converge upon worship of God "as the celebratory ecology in which this love flourishes" (99).