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Definition of: convoke

(kən·vok) v.t. ·voked, ·vok·ing
To call together; summon. [<F convoquer <L convocare <com- together + vocare call, summon]
—con·vok′er
noun
Synonyms: assemble, call, collect, convene, gather, muster, summon. A convention is called by some officer or officers, as by its president, its executive committee, or some eminent leaders; the delegates are assembled or convened in a certain place, at a certain hour. Convoke implies an organized body and a superior authority; assemble and convene express more independent action; Parliament is convoked; Congress assembles. Troops are mustered; witnesses and jurymen are summoned. Antonyms: adjourn, disband, discharge, dismiss, disperse, dissolve, prorogue, scatter, separate.

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