Definition of assemblage :
1. A collection of individuals, or of individuals, or of particular things; as, a political assemblage; an assemblage of ideas.
2. The act of assembling, or the state of being assembled; association.
forum, array, pileup, building, develop, assembling, accrual, conference, solicitation, development, clump, erection, accretion, parcel, bale, cumulation, battery, constellation, passel, back catalog, canon, chef d'oeuvre, muster, library, multitude, appeal, association, fortification, agglomeration, suite, package, construction, fine art, cluster, amassment, lodgment, block, concourse, arsenal, artwork, creation, congeries, bank, knot, clot, collect, batch, masonry, conclave, gathering, accumulation, gather, meeting, hookup, composition, congress, meeting place, clutch, mass, background, compendium, throng, lay, collecting, fabrication, grouping, lot, accruement, ingathering, art, get-together, convention, huddle, congregation, cumulus, convocation
collection (part of speech: noun)
crew (part of speech: noun)
covey, herd, force, detail, division, troop, posse, fellowship, circle, retinue, litter, flock, fleet, cabal, colony, wing, battalion, coterie, bevy, detachment, fraternity, group, sect, team, cell, society, crowd, union, collection, assembly, outfit, party, pack, junta, coalition, school, clan, regiment, nest, platoon, hive, phalanx, army, set, string, complement, gang, tribe, crew, league, faction, brigade, ring, staff, host, caucus, aggregation, bunch, drove, mob, body, troupe, cadre, club, clique, band, squad, company
- Attracted by a crowd at the door of one of the hotels, he went up to discover the cause of the assemblage. - "A Hero of Liége", Herbert Strang.
- Meanwhile De Mauleon had quitted the assemblage, walking slowly through the deserted streets towards his apartment. - "The Parisians, Book 6.", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- Such an assemblage of men as there appears to have been at that session. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.