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4. assembly, congregation, gathering, get-together; convention, congress, conclave, conference, parley, discussion; council, committee, synod, U.S. caucus.
5. assemblage, group, body, company, flock, bevy; concourse, throng, crowd, mob.
6. junction, union, association, conjugation, conjunction, conjuncture, confluence; convergence, concentration; intersection, connection; cohesion, coherence, adhesion, adherence.

meeting house, n. 1. church, place of worship, house of prayer, house of God, the Lord's house, (usu. in reference to Nonconformists) conventicle; basilica, cathedral, minster; chapel, oratory, sacellum, chantry, shrine, vestry, bethel; sanctuary, tabernacle; pantheon, mosque, temple, synagogue; nave, Archaic, auditory.
2. auditorium, hall, durbar, assembly hall, assembly room.

melancholy, n. 1. despondency, dejection, depression, mopishness, Psychiatry, hypochondria; gloominess, Psychiatry, melancholia, misery, miserableness, wretchedness, distress, broken-heartedness; grief, sadness, Fr. tristesse, sorrow, dolor, anguish; doldrums, dumps, blues; hopelessness, disheartenment, dismay, discouragement; defeatism, pessimism; disconsolateness, unconsolability.
2. thoughtfulness, earnestness, pensiveness, preoccupation, wistfulness; sedateness, gravity, staidness, soberness, sobriety, seriousness, somberness.
-adj.
3. depressed, dejected, disheartened, dispirited, low-spirited, downhearted, downcast, Inf. down, Inf. down in the dumps, Inf. low; discouraged, daunted, dismayed, distressed, disappointed, crestfallen, broken-hearted, heartsick, Inf. broken up; unhappy, cheerless, glum, gloomy, under a cloud, doleful, Archaic, wan; dismal, dull, Scot. and North Eng. dowie; saddened, sad, blue, forlorn, mopey, mopish, long-faced, chapfallen, Inf. down in the mouth, SI. off one's feed; miserable, morose, heartbroken, woebegone, heavy-hearted, disconsolate, sorrowful, mournful, lachrymose, funereal; burdened, weighed down, crushed, prostrate, Inf. broken, SI. bummed out, despondent, hypochondriac, hypochondriacal, Brit. hipped, spiritless, lifeless, Scot. ourie, exanimate, enervated, weakened, weary, languid, tired.
4. bilious, liverish, crabbed; disagreeable; petulant, sulky, sullen, morose; ill-humored, ill-natured, peevish, splenetic, crotchety, crusty, out of sorts.
5. thoughtful, earnest, pensive, dreamy, wistful, quiet, preoccupied; grave, sedate, staid, sober, solemn, serious, somber; grim, stone-faced, frowning, unsmiling.

melange, n. medley, olio, potpourri, olla-podrida, combination, Inf. combo; miscellany, miscellanea, omnium-gatherum, menagerie, motley; hash, stew, goulash, salmagundi, Fr. Cookery, ragout, (in China, India, etc.) chow-chow, Chinese menu; jumble, mishmash, hodgepodge, gallimaufry, farrago, mess; assortment, collection, set, series, array; group, grouping, assemblage, cluster, aggregation, aggregate; mosaic, patchwork, pastiche, pasticcio; mixture, blend, intermixture, admixture, compound, composite.

meld, v. 1. merge, combine, consolidate, amalgamate; incorporate, syndicate, federate, confederate; join, marry, wed, unite, coalesce, associate, ally, link; intertwine, interweave, put together, lump together, pool, throw together, jumble, scramble.
2. blend, mix, commix, admix, intermix, mingle, intermingle, commingle, interlard,
Brit. Dial, mell; compound, alloy, Chem. levigate, synthesize, homogenize, hybridize, mongrelize; fuse, inosculate, bond, weld.

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Benefits of Ugli fruits

Vitamins and Minerals in Ugli Fruit

Ugli tangelos, like most other citrus fruit, are probably best known for being loaded with Vitamin C and when eaten, its high fiber content. One ugli fruit can contribute up to 70% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin C. Falling under the category of calming foods the ugli fruit have much to offer in the way of healthy nutrients. In addition to its high vitamin C content, the ugli contains similar nutrients toother citrus fruits with an important difference interestingly, furanocoumarins which are generally found in grapefruit (and which many doctors believe may interfere with some medications) do not appear in the ugli. Also,the ugli fruitappears to be more palatable for people who have an aversion to oranges.

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