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converge
used in 1776

3 uses
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Definition
to come together; or to be adjacent or similar
  • Loyalists by the hundreds converged to welcome the invaders, many of them bringing long-hidden supplies of all kinds.
    p. 157.5
  • The principal streets were King Street and Queen Street, which ran parallel toward the river, sloping downhill from the point above town where the Pennington Road and the King's Highway converged.
    p. 278.6
  • As Greene's and Sullivan's columns converged on the town, Washington moved to high ground nearby on the north where he tried to keep watch on what was happening.
    p. 280.5

There are no more uses of "converge" in 1776.

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