I noun affiliation, aggregate, array, assemblage, assembly, association, band, bracket, branch, category, circle, class, classification, clique, cluster, coalition, collection, community, conglomeration, constituency, corps, crowd, denomination, faction, family, force, galaxy, gathering, genus, guild, horde, league, membership, nomination, order, organization, representation, sect, section, segment, sodality, species, subdivision, team, throng, troupe, sector, unit, variety II verb adjust, align, allocate, arrange, array, assemble, catalogue, categorize, class, classify, cluster, codify, collect, combine, compile, compose, congregate, connect, convene, coordinate, form into ranks, gather, index, intertwine, line up, marshal, match, organize, place, put together, rank, register, screen, size, sort, subdivide III index aggregate, allocate, arrange (methodize), assemblage, assembly, band, call (summon), cartel, chamber (body), class, classification, classify, coalition, codify, collect (gather), collection (accumulation), collection (assembly), combine (join together), community, company (assemblage), compile, complex (development), conglomeration, congregate, connect (relate), constituency, convene, denomination, division (administrative unit), file (arrange), fix (arrange), garner, hoard, index (relate), join (bring together), kind, league, marshal, meet, organization (association), organize (arrange), partition, party (political organization), pigeonhole, race, relate (establish a connection), screen (select), section (division), selection (collection), sequence, society, sodality, sort, subdivide, subdivision, tabulate, unit (department), unite

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