Simple past tense and past participle of convene.(verb)
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Use "convened" in a sentence
"In an e-mail to students Sunday evening, Yale College Dean Mary Miller said she and University President Richard Levin convened with college masters, deans, administrators and members of the General Counsel to "decide on next steps.""
"In early October, Dr. Marie Jahoda and Dr. Seider Chein convened a meeting with Dr. Raths to confront him with the methodological flaws in his study."
"Taking a page from Mr. Chávez's book, Mr. Correa early in his first term convened a constitutional assembly to rewrite some of Ecuador's political rules."