Third-person singular simple present indicative form of convene.(verb)
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Use "convenes" in a sentence
"March 23 The new Reichstag convenes in an opera house and considers its first order of business: an "enabling act" that makes Hitler dictator."
"In his opinion, the charter bases the warrant article dates on when Town Meeting "convenes," on the fourth Monday of April, rather than when it "commences," on the first Tuesday of April."
"A handicrafts group meets weekly to knit together, and the Office Guild convenes every Thursday to assemble the programs for worship, but neither gathering draws anyone beyond a handful of elderly women."