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convention
Used in
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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  • But Tom, he WAS so proud and joyful, he just COULDN'T hold in, and his tongue just WENT it—she a-chipping in, and spitting fire all along, and both of them going it at once, like a cat convention; and she says: "WELL, you get all the enjoyment you can out of it NOW, for mind I tell you if I catch you meddling with him again—" "Meddling with WHO?"  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: conventional behavior
as in: to convene
as in: The Geneva Convention
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